Kerry James Marshall, Untitled (Crowning Moment), 2014 Acrylic on PVC panel. David Zwirner Marshall challenges the marginalization of African-Americans through his work, whose central protagonists are, in his words, “unequivocally, emphatically black.” “You can’t be born in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1955 and grow up in South Central [LA] near the Black Panthers headquarters, and not feel like you’ve got some kind of social responsibility."

Kerry James Marshall ▪ Crowning Moment, ▪ Acrylic on PVC panel. 23 x 20 inches x 53 cm).

Untitled (Painter)

In the final stages of the exhibition touring the United Sates, the MoCa in Los Angeles will host a vast retrospective of Afro-American figures by Kerry James Marshall in a series of colorful works. An essential voice in contemporary American art.

Better Homes and Gardens, Kerry James Marshall 1994

Kerry James Marshall "Better Homes Better Gardens," 1994 Acrylic and collage on unstretched canvas, 100 x 142 inches

13 Ways of Looking at Painting by Julia Morrisroe

aadatart: EXHIBITION: Kerry James Marshall, Look See, at David Zwirner (Oct 11 – Nov — Marshall is well known for his paintings depicting actual and imagined events from African-American history. His complex and multilayered portrayals of.

Overtime: Oct 13 – Oct 19

Self-taught Chicago artist Kerry James Marshall treats his art like his politics - you have to make your own way in the world.