“Whether on reclaimed ledger paper or vintage picture postcards, the images he constructs are something like found details themselves—singular and mysterious, if occasionally a little on the nose,” writes Will Heinrich.
Photo: Luc Sante, “Empty Plinth Society 1,” 2020. Photo courtesy the artist and James Fuentes Gallery
Meta: Type(s): Faculty | Subject(s): Written Arts Program,Photography Program,Division of the Arts,Division of Languages and Literature,Art History and Visual Culture | Institutes(s): Bard Undergraduate Programs |
“In interviews with dozens of Black, Latina, and Asian-American women, many of them said Ms. Harris’s story was also their story,” the Times’s authors write. “In Ms. Harris’s life, they recognized both her triumphs and the challenges that come with living in a country wrestling with its history of discrimination.”
Photo: Bard alumna Evan Nicole Brown ’16. Photo courtesy the author
Meta: Type(s): Alumni | Subject(s): Written Arts Program,Division of Languages and Literature | Institutes(s): Bard Undergraduate Programs |