Kara Walker at Reed Until Nov. 18, 2012 FREE

November 2, 2012 at 2:12 am | Posted in 2012, antebellum, Art, art history, artist, controversial, gallery, gender, kara walker, Kristin Bell, OR, Race, Reed College, sexuality, Slavery, things to do | 2 Comments

Hey Y’all! Anyone out there in the Portland, Oregon area should check out Kara Walker’s art exhibit at Reed College in the Cooley Gallery. Here’s a link with more info. about the exhibit. On the link there is also audio of Kara Walker’s talk that she gave at Reed a few weeks ago.  It is FREE and going on until November 18, 2012. Kara Walker is an internationally famous and controversial artist whose work touches on the themes of antebellum America, race, sexuality, gender, stereotypes and the legacies of slavery. She has been vaulted into art world super stardom by her silhouette works, but at the same time has been denounced for her questionable imagery.

See Kara Walker on Art21 Here

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  1. Thanks for highlighting her! I went down the rabbit hole of finding everything about her on the Web, but that’s okay.

  2. hehe that is awesome Hakon! :) I’m glad you are interested. I have to say, in person her art is really fascinating!!! :)


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