10 Days to 30 Americans
Throughout much of the 1980s and 1990s, Lorna Simpson’s seductive photography and paintings concentrated on themes of race, gender, and sexuality. She would often pair strategically cropped images of women’s body parts alongside enigmatic text. In January 2011 Simpson offered a very different kind of photo-based work, in the exhibition Gathered at the Brooklyn Museum, presenting re-creations of vintage photographs alongside the originals, exploring the interplay between fact and fiction, identity and history.
Learn more about the 30 Americans exhibition at http://arkansasartscenter.org/30-Americans.
To view Simpson work visit http://www.lsimpsonstudio.com/.
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