LaToya Ruby Frazier tackles contested territory in her first book The Notion of Family. Fraziers beautifully confrontational photographs, and factual and descriptive texts expose her familys struggle with disease and destitution.
In our globalized art world, it is strange that an artist whose work is included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum, and the Tate Gallery, and who has had more than 75 solo exhibitions since the mid-1950s, could also somehow be considered, if not unknown, then at least not very well known.
- LaToya Ruby Frazier, The Notion of Family by Holly Gavin
- Tony DeLap: Painting Sculpture & Works on Paper 1965 2013 by Jessica Holmes