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Exhibition Review
Kara Walker: A Black Hole Is Everything a Star Longs to Be
01/2022 | 1426 | 164
Pages: 56-59
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Daunt, Catherine (Daunt, Catherine)
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‘Fully armed in plate of war’: making the effigy of the Black Prince
11/2021 | 1424 | 163
Pages: 997-1009
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Barker, Jessica (Barker, Jessica)
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Mcarthur, Graeme (Mcarthur, Graeme)
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Pegues, Emily (Pegues, Emily)
Exhibition Review
Slavery: Ten True Stories
08/2021 | 1421 | 163
Pages: 750-752
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Hoijtink, Mirjam (Hoijtink, Mirjam)
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Slavery: Ten True Stories Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam 19th May–29th August | :
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18. Branding iron with the letters ‘GWC’. Steel, 3.7 by 2.2 cm. (De Nederlandsche Bank, National Numismatic Collection, Amsterdam; exh. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam).
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19. Map of Suriname, by Alexander de Lavaux. 1737. Silk, 186.5 by 215.5 cm. (Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam).
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20. Detail of Fig.19, showing Maroons being forced from their settlements.
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21. Installation view of Slavery: Ten True Stories at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 2021, showing Blue beads from Sint Eustatius. 18th– 19th century. Glass, various dimensions. (Private collection).
Book Review
The ‘Black Art’ Renaissance: African Sculpture and Modernism across Continents
07/2021 | 1420 | 163
Pages: 644-646
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MCBREEN, Ellen (MCBREEN, Ellen)
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The ‘Black Art’ Renaissance: African Sculpture and Modernism across Continents By Joshua I. Cohen. 304 pp. incl. 83 col. + 18 b. & w. ills. (University of California Press, Oakland, 2020), £54. ISBN 978–0–520–30968–5. | :
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8. Mask, southwest Ivory Coast. Wood, pigments, nails, raffia and cowries, height 37 cm. (Private collection; courtesy Archives Claude Picasso; photograph Maurice Aeschimann).
Exhibition Review
Working Together: The Photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop
04/2021 | 1417 | 163
Pages: 368-371
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Finley, Cheryl (Finley, Cheryl)
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Wilson, Jasmine (Wilson, Jasmine)
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Working Together: The Photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 21st November 2020– 28th March 2021 | :
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21. Sun Ra space II, New York City, New York, by Ming Smith. 1978. Gelatin silver print, 22.2 by 31.1 cm. (  Ming Smith; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond; exh. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York).
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22. Egg nude, by Adger Cowans. 1958. Gelatin silver print, 29.2 by 43.7 cm. (  Adger Cowans; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond; exh. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York).
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23. Girl and Cuba (Philadelphia), by Louis H. Draper. 1968. Gelatin silver print, 23.8 by 15.6 cm. (Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond;   Courtesy the Louis H. Draper Preservation Trust and Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York; exh. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York).
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24. Woman in doorway, Harlem, by Beuford Smith. 1965. Gelatin silver print, 19.1 by 24.3 cm. (  Beuford Smith; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond; exh. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York).
Exhibition Review
Betye Saar: Call and Response
03/2021 | 1416 | 163
Pages: 286-287
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Monahan, Anne (Monahan, Anne)
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Betye Saar: Call and Response Morgan Library and Museum, New York 12th September 2020– 31st January 2021 | :
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21. The edge of ethics, by Betye Saar. 2010. Metal cage, figures, chain, glass bottle and fan coral, 26.7 by 23.5 by 14 cm. (Private collection; courtesy the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles; exh. Morgan Library and Museum, New York).
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22. Sketchbook page for The edge of ethics, 14th January 2010. Ballpoint pen, marker and coloured pencil on paper pasted into sketchbook. (Courtesy the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles; exh. Morgan Library and Museum, New York).
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23. Pocadonia, from the series A Secretary to the Spirits [for Ishmael Reed], by Betye Saar. 1975–78. Collage of cut and torn printed papers and Letraset border tape, with porous point pen, ink wash, watercolour and ink stamps on laminated paperboard, 38.1 by 25.4 cm. (Morgan Library and Museum, New York; photograph Janny Chiu).
Exhibition Review
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly In League With The Night
03/2021 | 1416 | 163
Pages: 287-289
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Campbell, Anna (Campbell, Anna)
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Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly In League With The Night Tate Britain, London 2nd December 2020–31st May 2021 | :
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24. Condor and the mole, by Lynette Yiadom- Boakye. 2011. Oil on canvas, 230 by 250 cm. (Arts Council Collection, London; exh. Tate Britain, London).
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25. A concentration, by Lynette Yiadom- Boakye. 2018. Oil on canvas, 200 by 250 cm. (Private collection; exh. Tate Britain, London).
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26. A passion like no other, by Lynette Yiadom- Boakye. 2012. Oil on canvas, 79.7 by 74.6 cm. (Private collection; exh. Tate Modern, London).
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Young Rembrandt and beyond
09/2020 | 1410 | 162
Pages: 784-791
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Seifert, Tico (Seifert, Tico )
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Rembrandt’s Light (Dulwich Picture Gallery, 4th October 2019–2nd February 2020). | :
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Here: Black in Rembrandt’s Time (Rembrandt House Museum, 5th March–31st May). | :
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Inside Rembrandt (Wallraf-Richartz-Museum and Fondation Corboud, Cologne, 1st November 2019–1st March 2020; and National Gallery, Prague, 25th September–31st January 2021) | :
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Rembrandt and Amsterdam Portraiture, 1590– 1670 (Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, 18th February– 24th May). | :
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Rembrandt Laboratory: Rembrandt’s Technique Unravelled (Rembrandt House Museum, 21st September 2019−16th February 2020). | :
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Rembrandts Strich (Rembrandt’s Mark) (Kupferstich- Kabinett, Dresden 14th June–15th September 2019). | :
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Rembrandt’s Social Network: Family, Friends and Acquaintances, and Inspired by Rembrandt: 100 Years of Collecting by the Rembrandt House Museum (The Rembrandt House Museum 7th June–1st September 2019). | :
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Young Rembrandt: Rising Star, (Stedelijk Museum De Lakenhal 2nd November 2019–9th February 2020). (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 27th February–7th June 2020, re-opened until 1st November) | :
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1. Portrait of an old man (Rembrandt’s father), by Rembrandt. c.1627−30. Red and black chalk with brown wash, 18.9 by 24 cm. (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford).
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2. Travellers resting (The Rest on the Flight into Egypt?), from Rembrandt’s studio(?). c.1628−30(?). Oil on paper, mounted onto panel, 38 by 33.7 cm. (Mauritshuis, The Hague).
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3. Self-portrait, by Rembrandt. c.1629. Oil on panel, 72.3 by 57.8 cm. (Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool).
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4. The abduction of Proserpina, by Rembrandt. c.1630−31. Oil on panel, 84.4 by 79.5 cm. (Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin).
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5. A Black boy, by Gerrit Dou. c.1630−33. Oil on panel, 43.3 by 33.8 cm. (Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum, Hannover).
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6. Mercury, by Pieter Lastman. c.1620−25. Red and white chalk, on lightorange prepared paper, 28.2 by 20.9 cm. (Fondation Custodia, Frits Lugt Collection, Paris).
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7. Standing oriental warrior, by Rembrandt. c.1627. Red chalk, 30.5 by 16.5 cm. (Kupferstich-Kabinett, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden).
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8. Standing oriental warrior, traditionally attributed to Rembrandt but possibly by Jan Lievens. c.1627. Red chalk, 27.9 by 17.9 cm. (Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Munich).
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9. Installation view of ‘Rembrandt Laboratory’ at the Rembrandt House Museum, Amsterdam.
Book Review
Between Worlds: The Art of Bill Traylor. By Leslie Umberger
05/2020 | 1406 | 162
Pages: 463-464
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Monahan, Anne (Monahan, Anne)
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the burlington magazine | 162 | may 2020 463 Between Worlds: The Art of Bill Traylor By Leslie Umberger. 448 pp. incl. 244 col. + 61 b. & w. ills. (Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, and Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ, 2018),  54. ISBN 978–0–691–18267–4. | :
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5. Yellow chicken, by Bill Traylor. c.1939–40. Gouache and pencil on board, 29.2 by 25.4 cm. (Museum of Modern Art, New York).
Exhibition Review
Boston’s Apollo: Thomas McKeller and John Singer Sargent. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston
05/2020 | 1406 | 162
Pages: 445-448
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Salomon, Xavier F. (Salomon, Xavier F.)
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Boston’s Apollo: Thomas McKeller and John Singer Sargent Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston 13th February–14th September | :
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16. Study of a seated male nude above a roundel for the rotunda of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, by John Singer Sargent. 1916–21. Charcoal on paper. 63.3 by 48 cm. (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston).
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17. Study for Apollo in classic and romantic art for the rotunda of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, by John Singer Sargent. 1916–21. Charcoal on paper. 47.5 by 62.5 cm. (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; exh. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston).
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18. Nude study of Thomas E. McKeller, by John Singer Sargent. 1917–21. Oil on canvas. 125.7 by 84.5 cm. (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; exh. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston).