Tag: KerryJamesMarshall

Is the Artists' Audience The Main Ingredient?

When I attended the gala event for Kerry James Marshall‘s “One True Thing: Meditations on Black Aesthetics,” exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art  during Chicago Artists’ Month of 2004 I was struck by the cultural complexity of the attendees. US artist Kerry James Marshall explains his work “Garden Party” (2003 – 2007) exhibited at... Read more »

Home Pride at the MCA

  Paul Klein wrote a good Artletter yesterday, feeling almost ver clempt about the Constellations show at the Museum of Contemporary Art, (curated by Julie Rodrigues Widholm). The show features lots of local artists – Chicagoans Abercrombie,  Sigler,  Otero, Klement, Marshall, Kimler, Krane-Bergman, Ledgerwood, and Grabner along with fabulous works by artists from Magritte to... Read more »

Joyce Owens: Do Collectors Owe Profits to Artists?

Before you get started with this, let me clarify that I am talking about artists who are still selling work at moderate prices through art galleries. The artists whose work can be resold without them even knowing. And not the Kerry James Marshall type artists. He recently sold a painting through his gallery, Jack Shainman,... Read more »