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"Published on the occasion of the exhibition Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic at the Brooklyn Museum, February 13-May 10, 2015."
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The first monograph from Kehinde Wiley showcases his larger-than-life figures, which disturb and interrupt tropes of portrait painting.
Kehinde Wiley from books.google.com
Portraits of young African American St. Louis men and women whose poses are derived from paintings (and, in one case, sculpture) in the St. Louis Art Museum's collection.
Kehinde Wiley from books.google.com
Filled with reproductions of Kehinde Wiley’s bold, colorful, and monumental work, this book encompasses the artist’s various series of paintings as well as his sculptural work—which boldly explore ideas about race, power, and ...
Kehinde Wiley from books.google.com
An inspiring history of the creation and impact of the Obama portraits, this fascinating book speaks to the power of art—especially portraiture—to bring people together and promote cultural change.
Kehinde Wiley from books.google.com
People compared Brian Keith Jackson's remarkable first novel, The View from Here, to the works of Alice Walker and Toni Morrison, and Publishers Weekly called it "an extraordinary debut...[by] a formidable craftsman and exceptionally gifted ...
Kehinde Wiley from books.google.com
The Down series by Kehinde Wiley confronts constructed white masculinity and power by redefining associations with the image of the black man.