CULTURE

A Retrospective of Kerry James Marshall’s Paintings of Black History

In a major survey of the artist’s career opening at the Met Breuer tomorrow.


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Kerry James Marshall/The Metropolitan Museum of Art Purchase, The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Foundation Gift, Acquisitions Fund and The Metropolitan Museum of Art Multicultural Audience Development Initiative Gift, 2015

Kerry James Marshall’s “Untitled (Studio),” 2014.

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Kerry James Marshall/Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Kerry James Marshall’s “De Style,” 1993.

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Kerry James Marshall/The Art Institute of Chicago, Max V. Kohnstamm Fund, 1995.147

Kerry James Marshall’s “Many Mansions,” 1994.

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Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

Kerry James Marshall’s “Untitled,” 2009.

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© Kerry James Marshall. Photo: Matthew Fried, © MCA Chicago.

Kerry James Marshall’s “A Portrait of the Artist as a Shadow of His Former Self,” 1980.

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© Kerry James Marshall

Kerry James Marshall’s “Voyager,” 1992.

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© Kerry James Marshall

Kerry James Marshall’s “Many Mansions,” 1994.

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© Kerry James Marshall

Kerry James Marshall’s “Vignette,” 2003.

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© Kerry James Marshall

Kerry James Marshall’s “Untitled,” 2008.

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© Kerry James Marshall. Photo: Sean Pathasema

Kerry James Marshall’s “School of Beauty, School of Culture,” 2012

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© Kerry James Marshall

Kerry James Marshall’s “Untitled (Vignette),” 2012.

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© Kerry James Marshall. Photo: Bruce White.

Kerry James Marshall’s “Portrait of Nat Turner with the Head of his Master,” 2011.