Costumed performer in sound suit by Nick Cave http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNm8evyjF5k African American, African
African Diaspora Open link below to follow the geographical history of European colonialism, 1492-2008
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/89/Colonisation2.gif African diaspora: Black Atlantic
Mossi mask, Ouagadougou style, Burkina Faso, photo 1976 by Christopher D. Roy
Dogon (Mali) traditional mask performance, enactment of cultural narratives Africa & African Diaspora
Composite photograph Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco http://www.moadsf.org/ Original photo by Chester Higgins, interactive collage by Robert Silvers and Runaway Technology, 2005
http://www.sfmoma.org/exhibitio ns/388 Kerry James Marshall, Visible
Means of Support: Mount Vernon, 2009; acrylic latex on canvas
http://www.ted.com/speakers/thelma_golden.html Kerry James Marshall, Souvenir II, 1997, acrylic, paper, collage, and glitter on unstretched canvas, 108 x 120 inches
Kerry James Marshall, Souvenir IV, 1998, acrylic, collage, and glitter on unstretched canvas, 108 x 156 inches, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
Jacob Lawrence (US, 1917-2000) Migration of the Negro # 3 (left), #17 (right), #58 (below) 1941. Heritage of the Harlem Renaissance, 1920s, and the WPA (Works Progress Administration), 1930s
Romare Bearden in his Long Island City studio c. 1980 with a photograph of his paternal great-grandparents.
Romare Bearden (US, 1912 1988) in his New York library 1970s Bearden (second from right in hat) in
Paris, 1950 Duke Ellington, 1943
(left) Harlem row houses 1943; (right) Romare Bearden, Black Manhattan, 1969, collage of paper and synthetic polymer paint on composition board, 25 x 21 (right) Romare Bearden, Rocket to the Moon, 1971
George Grosz Gray Day, o/c, 1921. Dada/ Neue Sachlichkeit
Hannah Hoch, Dada Ernst, collage, 1920 Stuart Davis, Swing Landscape, 1938, oil on canvas, 86 3/4 x 172 7/8 in. Colonial Cubism
(left) Georges Braque, Still Life, Cubist collage (papier coll) and graphite, 1913 (right) Picasso, Three Musicians, o/c, Synthetic Cubism, 1921
"The more I played around with visual notions as if I were improvising like a jazz musician, the more I realized what I wanted to do as a painter, and how I wanted to do it." Bearden
Three Folk Musicians, 1967 Jazz, 1974
"I think the artist has to be something like a whale, swimming with his mouth wide open, absorbing everything until he has what he really needs. When he finds that, he can start to make limitations. And then he
really begins to grow. Romare Bearden (left) Romare Bearden, Patchwork Quilt, c. 1972. Primitivism or Identity art?
(right) Paul Gauguin (French Post-Impressionist Painter, Father of Primitivism, 1848-1903) Spirit of the Dead Watching, 1892 (left) Robert Colescott (b. Oakland, California, 1925) Demoiselles DAlabama, 1985
compare with source, Picassos Demoiselles DAvignon, 1907 Betye Saar (US, b. 1926), The Liberation of Aunt Jemima, 1972
Faith Ringgold, American People Series, The Flag is Bleeding 1967, 72 x 96 in., oil on canvas Faith Ringgold (US b. 1930) Whose Bad? 1988
(left) African-American story quilt, c. 1860 David Hammons (US, b. 1943) photo of artist in Zurich, 2002
"Those who know, don't show" - David Hammons David Hammons, Higher Goals, 1986, basketball hoops, telephone poles and decorative
detritus such as bottle caps, Cadman Plaza, Brooklyn, NY. David Hammons, Champ, 1989, rubber (inner tube) and mixed media
Hammons, How Do Ya Like Me Now? Washington DC, 1989 David Hammons, How Do Ya Like Me Now? with sledgehammers and flag, Washington Projects for the Arts, Washington, DC, 1989
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6w6 WGokjTU Tyree Guyton (US b. 1955)
Heidelberg Project, Detroit. photo: August, 2007 I get everything that satisfies my soul from bringing together objects that
are in the world, manipulating them, working with spatial arrangements, and having things presented in the way I want to see them. Fred Wilson
In the archive, Museum of World Culture in Sweden Fred Wilson (US, 1954) 2003,
Fred Wilson, Atlas, 1995 Fred Wilson, Museum Guards, 1997
Fred Wilson, Road to Victory, online project for MoMA NYC, 1999 Fred Wilson, Me and It, video installation, 1995
Fred Wilson, Pangaea, 1999, Townsend Harris High School 149th Street and Melbourne Avenue, Queens, (fence & gate) Fred Wilson, American Pavilion, Venice Biennale, 2003, black glass chandelier
Fred Wilson, from Speak of Me as I Am, Venice Biennale 2003 installation Fred Wilson, Aftermath, 2003, installation for Berkeley Art Museum
Kara Walker (US, b. 1969) Kara Walker No Mere Words can Adequately reflect the Remorse this Negress feels at
having been Cast into such a lowly state by her former Masters and so it is with a Humble Heart that She Brings about Their Physical Ruin and Earthly Demise, 1999. Installation view at the California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, California. Cut paper and adhesive on painted wall, 10 x 65 feet. SFMoMA collection
Kara Walker, Darkytown Rebellion, 2001, Installation view at Brent Sikkema, New York, Projection, cut paper and adhesive on wall, 14 x 37 1/2 feet
Kara Walker at the Met: After the Deluge NYC Metropolitan MA installation, 2006. Artist as curator combined her own work with pieces of African American art from the museums collection.
Carrie Mae Weems (US b. 1953) publicity photo for film, Conjure Women (available in CSUS library) Weems, Untitled from Kitchen Table Series, 1990, edition of 5
Weems, Untitled, from The Kitchen Table Series, 1990 Weems, Untitled, from Kitchen Table Series, 1990
Weems, Ritual and Revolution, digital photographs on fabric, installation, Berlin, 1999 Weems, Ritual and Revolution, Berlin, 1999
Weems, Ritual and Revolution, 1999 Weems, The Capitol Building, from The Jefferson Suite, 1999
Weems, Enactment of the Jefferson-Hemmings Affair, The Jefferson Suite, 1999 digitally printed photograph on muslin
Weems, Gibbon and Child at Play, The Jefferson Suite, 1999 Sonia Boyce, From Tarzan to Rambo: English Born`Native' Considers her Relationship to the Constructed/Self Image and her Roots in Reconstruction
1987, photograph and mixed media on paper. 1240 x 3590 mm (c. 4 X 12 ft) http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/womanshour/ram/2007_31_mon_02.ram Yinka Shonibare (England, b. 1962 to Nigerian parents, raised in Lagos) Dressing Down, wax
printed cotton textile, crinoline display stand, 1997 Afro-Victorian headless mannequins dressed in Dutch wax prints: hybrid colonial fabric. Example of trans-textuality of contemporary global artists http://video.pbs.org/video/1281770054
Yinka Shonibare, Diary of a Victorian Gentleman, 21 Hours, photographic series, 1998 compare (right) William Hogarth (English, 1697 - 1764) ) Marriage-A-La-Mode: The Toilette, 1735
Yinka Shonibare, Diary of a Victorian Gentleman, 14 Hours, photographic series, 1998 (right) Poster in London Underground, 1998
Steve McQueen (England, b. 1969, lives in Amsterdam), 2 stills from video, Western Deep, 2002, Documenta 11. Taken in the deepest gold mine in the world, the Tautona mines near Johannesburg in South Africa.
Chris Ofili (UK, 1968) The Virgin Mary, paper collage, oil, glitter, polyester resin, elephant dung, on linen, 1999 Sensation show at the Brooklyn Museum of Art 1999-2000: controversy over exhibition of the
Charles Saatchi collection of Young British Artists (YBAs). Museum complicity with private gallerist / collector and sensational artworks. NYC Mayor Giuliani: [There is] nothing in the First Amendment that supports horrible and disgusting projects."
El Anatsui (Ghana, b. 1944), Sasa, 2003, Aluminum (bottle caps and commercial metal detritus), copper wire, 640 x
840 cm Africa ReMix exhibition Beaubourg, Paris 2005
Detail of Sasa http://africa.si.edu/exhibits/gawu/artworks.html
Ghanaian Kente cloth a source Hover, 2002
Flag for a New World, 2004 El Anatsui, Sasa
http://www.nytimes.com/indexes/2009/02/22/style/t/index.html#pagewanted=0&pageNam e=22nigeria& El Anatsui, Versatility, 2006 Venice Biennale
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