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Belle Époque in Upper Volta (Photo courtesy of Numero Group)

Kerry James Marshall: Mastry  Running from Oct. 25 to Jan. 29 at the Met Breuer — the Metropolitan’s new space for contemporary art, in the building formerly occupied by the Whitney — this is the largest museum exhibition to date of Kerry James Marshall. Marshall, whose work since the early ’80s has encompassed painting and sculpture, has returned repeatedly to questions of African-American representation and identity. This exhibition will predominantly focus on his paintings (72 in all) and is complemented by a sidebar exhibition curated by Marshall from the Met’s holdings rounding up his many and varied influences. Belle Époque in Upper Volta  […]

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