A Conversation with Ming Smith of the Kamoinge Workshop

On Wednesday, March 24th at 7PM, The Whitney and Aperture Foundation invite you to join a virtual conversation with Ming Smith, the first female member of the Kamoinge Workshop, and Greg Tate, critic and musician, on the occasion of the publication of Ming Smith: A Monograph.
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Whitney’s Art History From Home: “Collective Memory In Contemporary Black Art”

Art History is at your fingertips with the Whitney Museum of American Art‘s series, “Art History From Home”.

Each session is 30 minutes and participants can ask questions through a moderated chat. Sessions look at works in their collection and illuminate critical topics in American art from 1900 on.

On Thursday, July 23rd, at 12 PM, they present, “Collective Memory In Contemporary Black Art

“This session looks at the ways contemporary Black artists draw on collective memory to play with, challenge, and transform notions of time. We will consider several recent exhibitions and performances at the Whitney as well as works from the collection by Cauleen Smith, Ja’Tovia Gary , and Tomashi Jackson. We will explore how these artists subvert the canon of American art and culture.

Sessions are free with registration.

(Pictured above: Tomashi Jackson, New Money (Mary had a plot of land & so did Ms. Marlene), 2019. Screenprint, sheet (sight): 19 × 25 1/8in. (48.3 × 63.8 cm). Purchase, with funds from the Print Committee; 2019.409. © Tomashi Jackson, courtesy Tilton Gallery, New York)

New York Philharmonic in Your Living Room

Until the end of the month, you can experience the New York Philharmonic‘s “Mahler’s New York: A Digital Festival“: In celebration of the composer, who was also the Philharmonic’s tenth Music Director (1909–11).
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