Join Darby English—author of the forthcoming To Describe a Life: Essays at the Intersection of Art and Race Terror—for a talk at the Hammer about “art’s interaction with instituted forms of historical subjectivity and experience.”*
English is featured in Jarrett Earnest’s new book What It Means to Write About Art.
Wednesday, November 28, at 7:30 pm.
10899 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles.
From top: Kerry James Marshall, Untitled (policeman), 2015,© Kerry James Marshall, courtesy the artist and the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Pope.L, Skin Set: Purple People Are Reason Bicarbonate, 2006-2007, ink, Wite-Out, and coffee on paper; Boym Partners, Lorraine Motel, April 4, 1968, from the series Buildings of Disaster, 1998, bonded nickel; book cover image—Zoe Leonard, Tipping Point, 2016, fifty-three copies of the first edition of The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin, Dial Press, New York—by Wilcox Design, courtesy Yale University Press.