William Pope L.
By Kelly Klaasmeyer on February 9, 2013
Jean-Ulrick Désert is a Haitian-born American artist living in Germany. His performance project Negerhosen 2ooo is one of the standouts of the soon-to-close Radical Presence: […]
Posted in Bless Their Hearts, Blog | Tagged Adrian Piper, black performance art, camh, Chitra Ganesh, clifford owens, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Damien Hirst, Dave McKenzie, David Hammons, franklin sirmans, Houston Museum of African American Culture, Jacolby Satterwhite, Jayson Musson, Jean-Ulrick Désert, Josephine Nicholson, Kalup Linzy, performance art, radcial presence, Sherman Fleming, Simone Leigh, Tameka Norris, Valerie Cassel Oliver, Wayne Hodge, William Pope L., Xaviera Simmons | 1 Response
By Laura Lark on July 12, 2012
Questions? Comments? Ideas? Send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org (or leave your message below) Dear Readers, Thanks for the overwhelming number of responses! In this first post, […]
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