Faith Ringgold: Die
Ten adults - men and women, black and white - fight, flee, or die over the twelve-foot span of American People Series #20: Die, as an interracial pair of children cowers unnoticed in their midst.
While Faith Ringgold (born 1930) was devising this bloody spectacle in a Manhattan studio in the summer of 1967, civil unrest was convulsing black neighborhoods across the US. Art historian Anne Monahan's essay explores the mural's carefully orchestrated chaos and its multiform inspirations, from contemporary anxiety about black revolution, through the writings of James Baldwin and LeRoi Jones, to iconic canvases by Picasso and Pollock then on view at MoMA.Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Faith Ringgold, Anne Monahan (Text by (Art/Photo Books))
Publisher: Museum of Modern Art
Size: 8.90h x 7.30w x 0.30d
- 8.9 in L x 7.3 in W x 0.3 in D
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