McArthur Binion and Elizabeth Abston, Curator at Mississippi Museum of Art, explore the ways that personal histories shape artist practice.
12019-09-02T11:21:47-07:00Lauren Cesirof37e4e52c3d9a4ff08b7937020ee9048f11c6739346703plain2019-09-04T05:46:43-07:00Lauren Cesirof37e4e52c3d9a4ff08b7937020ee9048f11c6739"Using the Mississippi landscape and its literary precedents as the backdrop of the conversation, this panel looks at how drawing on memories of a place expands upon contemporary readings of identity, memory, history, and even myth." Click here to watch the video.
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12019-08-27T10:20:58-07:00Lauren Cesirof37e4e52c3d9a4ff08b7937020ee9048f11c6739McArthur Binion (born 1946) Sepia: Martha II, 20179This image is featured in the exhibition, “not but nothing other: African American Portrayals, 1930s to Today.“ Hover over the highlighted rectangles for more information and links to related content.plain2019-09-27T14:26:37-07:00Color aquatint and hard-ground etching35 ¾ x 41 ¾ in.Courtesy of the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong and SeoulPurchased with funds donated by John Copoulos ’73Binghamton University Art MuseumLauren Cesirof37e4e52c3d9a4ff08b7937020ee9048f11c6739