Reviews

As an artist and social activist, Carrie Mae Weems’s consistently evokes an intensity and intimacy through photography, film, and written narrative. Weems, a MacArthur fellow and the first African-American woman to have a solo exhibition in the Guggenheim, refuses to condone any kind of glossed-over version of United States history, and in her work asks…

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