Kerry James Marshall
Alabama born. Chicago based. Critically and commercially acclaimed. Kerry James Marshall is one of the most inventive chroniclers of the African-American experience working today—and this book offers you a comprehensive look at his life and career. Through a wide typology of styles, subjects, and techniques—from abstraction to realism and comics—Marshall seeks to represent the history of African-American identity in Western art and works to counter stereotypical depictions of Black people in society. Written by Charles Gaines, Marshall, Laurence Rassel, and Greg Tate.
- 9.9” x 11.5”
- 160 pages
© Kerry James Marshall
To learn more about the Broad collection and this artist, please visit https://www.thebroad.org/art/kerry-james-marshall