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Rashid Johnson At Hauser & Wirth Is A Moving & Thought-Provoking ...

Rashid Johnson At Hauser & Wirth Is A Moving & Thought-Provoking Success

Being totally unfamiliar with Chicago-born artist, Rashid Johnson, I had no idea what to expect from his newly opened solo show at Hauser & Wirth, London. The exhibition, entitled ‘Smile,…

‘Rashid Johnson: Anxious Men’ at The Drawing Center, Selected by Hank Willis Thomas | ARTnews

‘Rashid Johnson: Anxious Men’ at The Drawing Center, Selected by Hank Willis Thomas

Pictures at an Exhibition presents images of one notable show every weekday. This week’s shows are selected by Hank Willis Thomas

HISTORIA DE LA PLÁSTICA: RASHID JOHNSON (1977) / MI SANGRE TAMBIÉN ES NEGRA...

RASHID JOHNSON (1977) / MI SANGRE TAMBIÉN ES NEGRA

Alguien, no recuerdo quién, ha manifestado que el negro absoluto es el color de nuestra época contemporánea. Desde luego, en España, lo es desde siempre y continuará siéndolo porque no hay manera de quitárnoslo de encima. RASHID es un artista afroamericano del que bien podría decirse que es un estado mental en sí mismo pero que al mismo tiempo lucha contra él para no dispersarse y centrarse únicamente en el núcleo que constituye su identidad expresiva. Sus procedimientos son múltiples y…

The Drawing Center | New York, NY | Exhibitions | Upcoming | Rashid Johnson: Anxious Men

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The Drawing Center

Rashid Johnson

Rashid Johnson

rashid johnson - untitled anxious man, 2014

SUNDAY INSPIRATION #34

rashid johnson untitled anxious man, 2014 white ceramic tile, black soap, wax, spray enamel _______________________________________ 28 Jan – 7 Mar 2015 at Hauser & Wirth London are exhibit new paintings and sculptures by Rashid Johnson. This will be Johnson’s first solo show with the gallery in London and introduces several new bodies of work.

Mr. Johnson’s new Manhattan show explores African-American identity while engaging in rich dialogue with other artists. Here is a visual tour of “Anxious Men” and its influences.

Mr. Johnson’s new Manhattan show explores African-American identity while engaging in rich dialogue with other artists. Here is a visual tour of “Anxious Men” and its influences.