Black Is A Color

Elvan Zabunyan

In Black is a Color, contemporary art historian and curator Elvan Zabunyan proposes a new approach to contemporary art and its history through the practice of Black American artists from the Harlem Renaissance to today.

Combining a historical study with probing critical analysis, Zabunyan traces the emergence of artistic identity in various forms of representation (painting, sculpture, photography, video, and performance).

Close readings of the oeuvres of David Hammons, Adrian Piper, and others uncover the place of the body, urban space, and memory in the works of Black artists, who are represented with more than 130 images.

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