Looking at official galleries here in Britain (all temporarily closed as of this publication) – more especially at those situated in London – it is immediately evident that a revolution has taken place.
9 November 2020
Kara Walker Boots Trump Out – Eileen Agar Whitechapel Show – Sotheby’s Latest Lawsuit
In this new series, art critic, Poet and novelist Sue Hubbard discusses seminal contemporary artworks
1 October 2019
Tate Modern has unveiled a monumental 13-metre-high fountain created by the American artist Kara Walker. Walker is best known for her thought-provoking investigations of race, sexuality and violence through the history of slavery,
The African American Artist Kara Walker has been selected to create the next annual Hyundai Commission at Tate Modern.
16 August 2017
The African American artist Kara Walker who is presenting her latest show at Sikkema Jenkins and Co in New York has written a serious though humorous diatribe as part of her latest press release.
12 June 2014
Upon entering the disused Domino sugar factory, in New York the first thing you notice is the smell. It’s pungent, acrid, and forces a sensitive nose to wrinkle slightly. A little further in, you encounter the cherubic countenance of a pre-pubescent black boy clad in a loin cloth and holding a basket like he’s making […]
The Camden Arts Centre are to present an Exhibition of ‘Capable Artworks’ by the Notable Hand of the Celebrated American artist, Kara Elizabeth Walker, Negress, this autumn. One of America’s least compromising artists will finally have a solo show in London, bringing her truly cutting-edge, politically-charged paper silhouettes, on the themes of historical slavery and […]