Providing a brief biographical sketch from her early marriage and the Great Depression through her later years in Spanish Harlem, the film also shows Alice Neel at work on a portrait of Lucille Rhodes, who co-directed with Margaret Murphy. Excerpted from Rhodes and Murphy’s “They Are Their Own Gifts” (1978), a triptych of “film portraits” about women artists that also includes chapters on the poet and activist Muriel Rukeyser as well as the dancer and choreographer Anna Sokolow. Cinematography by the legendary Babette Mangolte.
By MAKEDA EASTER LOS ANGELES TIMES STAFF WRITER AUG. 28, 2019 At the California African American Museum’s retrospective dedicated to late artist and former
Warrington Colescott, an innovative printmaker who deftly navigated the intersection between tragedy and high comedy with biting etchings about civil rights, history, politics and the
In this new book from Rizzoli, the famed illustrator for Interview magazine and long-time Grace Jones collaborator takes the spotlight. 09.04.2018by Brienne Walsh www.lofficielusa.com