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THE LIES THAT BIND

In a conversation moderated by Erin Christovale of the Hammer Museum, Kwame Anthony Appiah and Njideka Akunyili Crosby will discuss twenty-first-century identity politics and the appropriation of culture.

Anthony Appiah is The Ethicist columnist for the New York Times , and Akunyili Crosby is one of the many artists featured in the new documentary The Price of Everything.

 

THE LIES THAT BIND—RETHINKING IDENTITY

Thursday, October 25, at 7:30 pm.

Mark Taper Auditorium, Central Library, 630 West 5th Street, downtown Los Angeles.

Above image credit: W.W, Norton.

Below: Kwame Anthony Appiah, on couch, surrounded by his sisters and parents, 1969. Image courtesy of the author.

FOR JACK WHITTEN

In a tribute to Jack Whitten, a group of his friends and colleagues, artists and curators—including Candida Alvarez, Jose Luis Blondet, Joshua Chambers Letson, Erin Christovale, Harry Dodge, Naima Keith, Diana Nawi, Betye Saar, Gary Simmons, Lily Blue Simmons, Bennett Simpson, and Alphaeus Taylor—will read from NOTES FROM THE WOODSHED, the just-published collection of Whitten’s writing.

 

JACK WHITTEN—NOTES FROM THE WOODSHED Reading and Launch

Saturday, August 25, at 3 pm.

hauserwirth.com/jack-whitten-notes-woodshed

hauserwirth.com/publications/jack-whitten

JACK WHITTEN—SELF PORTRAIT WITH SATELLITES, through September 23.

HAUSER & WIRTH, 901 East 3rd Street, downtown Los Angeles.

hauserwirth.com/jack-whitten-self-portrait-satellites

Above image courtesy of Hauser & Wirth.

Below: Jack Whitten in the early 1970s on the corner of Broadway and Broome Street, New York City. Courtesy the Estate of Jack Whitten.

FAITH RINGGOLD IN CONVERSATION

Join Faith Ringgold and her daughter Michele Wallace in conversation as they discuss the timeframe captured in the exhibition WE WANTED A REVOLUTION—BLACK RADICAL WOMEN, 1965–1985, which closes this weekend at CAAM.

This event will be moderated by Erin Christovale, assistant curator at the Hammer Museum.

 

FAITH RINGGOLD IN CONVERSATION, Saturday, January 14, at 1:30 pm.

CALIFORNIA AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM, 600 State Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles.

caamuseum.org/programs/current/we-wanted-a-revolution-closing-symposium

WE WANTED A REVOLUTION—BLACK RADICAL WOMEN, 1965–1985, through January 14.

CALIFORNIA AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM, 600 State Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles.

caamuseum.org/we-wanted-a-revolution

Jan van RaayFaith Ringgold (right) and Michele Wallace (middle) at Art Workers Coalition Protest, Whitney Museum, 1971.

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ALTERNATE ENDINGS — RADICAL BEGINNINGS

SCREEN: ALTERNATE ENDINGS, RADICAL BEGINNINGS at MOCA Grand—commemorating the twenty-eighth iteration of Day With(out) Art—begins with seven new video shorts by Mykki Blanco, Cheryl Dunye and Ellen Spiro, Reina Gossett, Thomas Allen Harris, Kia Labeija, Tiona Nekkia McClodden, and Brontez Purnell
Following the screening, event curators Erin Christovale and Vivian Crockett (for Visual AIDS) will present a performance by and conversation with Labeija.
ONE Archives at the USC Libraries and the ONE Archives Foundation collaborated with MOCA on the evening.
Kia Labeija, courtesy of the artist. Poster image credit: MOCA.
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