In a 1975 interview done by Guggenheim Development Officer Mimi Poser, Poser is in conversation with Linda Bryant (founder of black non-profit gallery Just Above Midtown) and artist David Hammons.Read More
Andy Warhol. Kehinde Wiley. Artists of their time...Read More
Cloaked with the American flag, David Hammons positions himself in silent prayer. Eyes closed with hands pressed together, Hammons offers his condolences to the lives lost in the trying preservation of America.Read More
This is precisely the preconceived notion that Simmons attempts to catechize with Lineup.
Recreating the first source of interrogation in a police district, the alleged criminals stand up against a height chart while looking through a one sided mirror. Rather than see the person behind the mirror, we are instead left with just their shoes.
Intentionally left without a suspect, we are left to interrogate our preconceived notion of the criminal identity.Read More