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Number 29, Fall 2011

Table of Contents

Remembering the Black Arts Movement

pp. 4-7

Black Aesthetics Unbound

pp. 8-21

The Black Arts Movement: Its Meaning and Potential

pp. 22-31

Studios in the Street: Creative Community and Visual Arts

pp. 32-41

Death Proof: Trauma, Memory, and Black Power–Era Images in Contemporary Visual Culture

pp. 42-49

America Black: Faith Ringgold’s Black Light Series

pp. 50-61

After The Black Arts Movement

pp. 62-71

Raising the “Studio” at Studio Museum: Field Notes

pp. 72-77

Why Spiral?

pp. 78-84

From the Center: The Spiral Group 1963–1966

pp. 86-98

The Art of Richard Mayhew

pp. 100-109

Seeing Black and the Color of Representation

pp. 110-117

The Emergence of Black Women Artists: The Founding of “Where We At”

pp. 118-127

Talking in Tongues: Personal Reflections on Kara Walker

pp. 128-139

The Mask as Muse: Loïs Mailou Jones

pp. 140-151

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