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Charles Moore

Charles Moore is an art historian and writer based in New York and author of the book The Black Market: A Guide to Art Collecting. He currently is a first-year doctoral student at Columbia University Teachers College, researching the life and career of abstract painter Ed Clark.

Kenturah Davis: (a)Float, (a)Fall, (a)Dance, (a)Death

The exhibition centers on motion above all else—stemming from an open-ended question on the apparatus of words, and how communication guides, or perhaps structures, the way human beings exist in the world.

Tariku Shiferaw: It’s a love thang, it’s a joy thang

Tariku Shiferaw’s It’s a love thang, it’s a joy thang embodies Black joy—but not in the sense that people might think. In his latest exhibition, the artist pays homage to quotidian pleasures: those often referenced in the jazz era, a time when the greats sang about their daily lives.


The Brooklyn Rail

OCT 2021

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