…pace Kerry James Marshall
Review of Kienholz’s work, including the important anti-racist installation of 1969-72,
Luxembourg performance artist Deborah de Robertis’ in dialogue with Manet:
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The Problem of “Yellow facing” in Hollywood and elsewhere is discussed in this Guardian opinion piece.