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[뉴욕현대미술관, 2020년 6월 소식] Virtual Views: Join us for a live Q&A with Faith Ringgold about her art and activism
 
과학관과문화   기사입력  2020/06/22 [12:27]
June 18, 2020
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Last September, Faith Ringgold came to see her iconic painting American People Series #20: Die newly installed in MoMA’s fifth-floor collection galleries. Having the opportunity to look at and talk about Ringgold’s great, incendiary painting with her that day remains an indelible memory, made all the more vivid in light of the protests that have spread across the country. Today, while Die remains in the galleries, waiting for the moment when the Museum can safely reopen, its unflinching confrontation of race relations has never seemed more urgent, as we—individually, as an institution, and as a nation—grapple with the systemic racism amplified by the recent horrific killings of Black citizens, and by the devastating, disproportionate toll of COVID-19 on Black and Brown communities.

 

I’m deeply grateful to Ringgold for agreeing to join me, and you—from wherever you are—tonight at 8:00 p.m. EDT, for a live Q&A about Die, her broader career, and her activism, as part of our online exploration Virtual Views: Faith Ringgold.

 

Anne Umland
The Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Senior Curator of Painting and Sculpture
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Live Q&A Tonight

Thu, Jun 18, 8:00 p.m. EDT

Join artist Faith Ringgold and curator Anne Umland for a live Q&A about American People Series #20: Die, and more.

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Introducing Virtual Views: Faith Ringgold

 

Hear from Ringgold about why her vision hasn’t changed since the 1960s.

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Poetry Project: “Elegy for Us”

 

Hear Crystal Williams read a poem she wrote, inspired by American People Series #20: Die.

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Songs of Faith

 

Hear a playlist of the artist’s favorite songs, by musicians such as Billie Holiday, Marvin Gaye, and Nina Simone.

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Art Speaks: Faith Ringgold

 

Former Curatorial Fellow Mia Matthias discusses the autobiographical and prophetic nature of Die.

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One on One: Faith Ringgold’s Die

 

Read an excerpt from MoMA’s One on One series about the inspiration behind the work. Purchase a copy for yourself.

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Images, from top: Faith Ringgold. American People Series #20: Die. 1967. Oil on canvas. Acquired through the generosity of The Modern Women’s Fund, Ronnie F. Heyman, Glenn and Eva Dubin, Lonti Ebers, Michael S. Ovitz, Daniel and Brett Sundheim, and Gary and Karen Winnick. Photo: Grace Matthews; Faith Ringgold. Die: Drawing No. 4 (detail). 1967. Felt-tip pen on paper. The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Endowment for Prints. © 2020 Faith Ringgold/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Still from MoMA video Introducing Virtual Views: Faith Ringgold; Crystal Williams. Photo: Fitzgerald Photos; Faith Ringgold. Tar Beach Woodcut. 1993. Woodcut. Publisher: Mulberry Press, Cambridge, MA. Printer: Mulberry Press, Cambridge, MA. John B. Turner Fund. © 2020 Faith Ringgold/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Thomas Griesel; Still from MoMA’s Art Speaks: Faith Ringgold

 

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