APR 2017 | Art
Since joining the Studio Museum in 2000, she has organized exhibitions by Glenn Ligon, Chris Ofili, and Martin Puryear; three of her thematic shows are Black Romantic (2002); Harlemworld: Metropolis as Metaphor (2004); and Afro Muses (2005). She was appointed Director of the Museum in 2005.
by Taney Roniger
JUNE 2016 | ArtSeen
When it comes to the poetry of intimate spaces, Gaston Bachelard remains unrivalled in the probity of his insights and the wonderful lyricism of his analyses. In his oft-cited Poetics of Space, the French philosopher examines the housethat most intimate of human spacesas a potent metaphor for our humanness, sheltering not just our bodies but also our deepest dreams, memories, thoughts, and imaginings.