Close Look:

Joe Minter’s African Village in Birmingham, AL

By April 20, 2019

Without art, children have no dream into the future. Art is the one way man can have a common thread that would connect the hearts of all people. Art is for universal understanding. There is no “insider” or “outsider” art, because art is one. All that we know, all that we have been, can be explained in art.

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— Joe Minter


Joe Minter’s work will be included in the 2019 Whitney Biennial, opening on May 14 at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.

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