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ON ADRIAN PIPER AND RACE

Join philosophers Naomi ZackRebecca Tuvel, and Diarmuid Costello for a Hammer Museum conversation about “the ways in which Adrian Piper’s art interrogates racial identity, focusing on specific works as well as Piper’s own writings about race”: the essay “Passing for White, Passing for Black” and the travel memoir Escape to Berlin.*

 

DECONSTRUCTING THE TRUISM OF RACE AS A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT*

NAOMI ZACK, REBECCA TUVEL, and DIARMUID COSTELLO in conversation

Saturday, November 3, at 2 pm.

 

ADRIAN PIPER—CONCEPTS AND INTUITIONS, 1965–2016

Through January 6.

Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Boulevard, Westwood, Los Angeles.

Above: Adrian Piper, Escape to Berlin: A Travel Memoir. Image credit: Adrian Piper.

Below: Adrian PiperSelf-Portrait Exaggerating My Negroid Featuresencil on paper.

The Eileen Harris Norton Collection © Adrian Piper Research Archive Foundation Berlin. Image credit: Hammer Museum.

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