Jennifer R. Bernstein considers an exhibition in Beauford Delaney's hometown of Knoxville focused on the artist's relationship with James Baldwin.
Jennifer R. Bernstein
Jennifer R. Bernstein is a writer and co-founder of The New Inquiry. She has written essays and criticism for The New Republic, The Nation, Pacific Standard, and elsewhere.
In an exhibition at Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery, artists reimagine a lost "book of paintings" created by José Antonio Aponte, a free Black man in nineteenth-century Cuba.