This weekend on Instagram Live, Liza Lou—founder of the communal initiative Apartogether—visits Carrie Mae Weems in her studio.
Saturday, May 9.
1 pm on the West Coast; 4 pm East Coast.
Carrie Mae Weems, from top: Wilfredo, Laura, and Me, 2002, gelatin silver print; You Became a Playmate to the Patriarch / And Their Daughter, 1995–1996, C-print with sandblasted text on glass; The Blues, 2017, archival pigment prints; I Looked and Looked to See What so Terrified You, from the Louisiana Project, 2003, courtesy of the Nasher Museum, Duke University. Images courtesy and © the artist and the Jack Shainman Gallery.