Greg S. Flood

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Art Writing

October 6, 2013

 

 Dawoud Bey, 'Trentin Williams and Willie Robinson,' 2012, Archival pigment prints mounted to dibond (40 x 64 inches (two separate 40 x 32 inch photographs); (Image Courtesy of Rena Bransten Gallery)

 

On a recent trip to the Rena Bransten Gallery, my pace slowed as I pondered the large scale, side by side photographic portraits of African American men, women, boys, and girls created by Dawoud Bey.

 

When I approach works of art, I prefer to view them without the help of wall texts in order to see...

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