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Kerry James Marshall in "Identity"Preview

The subject matter of Kerry James Marshall’s paintings, installations, and public projects is often drawn from African-American popular culture. A striking aspect of his paintings is the emphatically black skin tone of his figures, a comment on the invisibility of blacks in America and the unnecessarily negative connotations associated with darkness.

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