Indigenous Canadian artist Daphne Odjig’s painting Bathed in Sunlight (1983) and the larger story of Odjig’s career prompt us to think about Native art and how it is (or isn’t) included in the mainstream contemporary art world.
This episode of Art History for All contains discussion of lynching and torture. Listener discretion is advised.
Get your shutter fingers ready, because in this episode we’re talking about a photograph! Specifically, Laura Aguilar’s Three Eagles Flying (1990). **This podcast contains discussions of lynching, torture, and death. Listener discretion is advised.**
In this episode, Allyson gets topical and talks about a Kehinde Wiley painting–but maybe not the one you think!