November — 2013 — ArtJabber


Emancipating the Past: Kara Walker’s Tales of Slavery and Power at the Crocker

Kara Walker, "Pastoral," wall painting in black, 1999, collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer. According to the Crocker Art Museum, "Pastoral portrays the metaphorical 'black sheep' as an ambiguous hybrid that is 'part human, part animal, part black and part white.' "
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Artist Kara Walker’s deftly cut paper silhouettes are used to explain her narrative in a poignant show, “Emancipating the Past: Kara Walker’s Tales of Slavery and Power,” currently on view at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. As one …

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Shelly Willis Talks: Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission

"Leap," Laurence Argent, aluminum, 2011, Sacramento Intl. Airport.
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There are over 650 original works of public art on display in Sacramento neighborhoods, from North Highlands to Elk Grove, from Downtown to Carmichael.  A series of evocative poems written by local poets are freshly painted on the walls of …

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