24 Days to 30 Americans
(1925 – 2009)
Satire plays a huge role in Robert Colescott’s vibrant, at times claustrophobic, paintings. Colescott addressed issues surrounding history and racial stereotypes with wry, transgressive humor and keen observation. In 1975 he began creating a series of works that referenced classic Western art, but recast the central figures as black.
Learn more about the 30 Americans exhibition at http://arkansasartscenter.org/30-Americans.
Share this Post