Encounters and Collisions: Glenn Ligon looks back on history in his latest, exploratory exhibition | Art | Wallpaper* Magazine

Encounters and Collisions: Glenn Ligon looks back on history in his latest, exploratory exhibition

Sadie Dodson Encounters and Collisions: Glenn Ligon looks back on history in his latest, exploratory exhibition

then-the-wind-changed:    I Am Somebody by Glenn Ligon, 1991

One of my favorite contemporary artists: Glen Ligon I Am Somebody by Glenn Ligon, 1991

grupaok: “ grupaok: “ Glenn Ligon, Give us a Poem (Palindrome #2), 2007 “Glenn Ligon made this neon piece […] in 2007, and I saw it a little while back on the wall of the Studio Museum in Harlem, where it’s part of the permanent collection. The work...

grupaok: “ Glenn Ligon, Give us a Poem (Palindrome 2007 “Glenn Ligon made this neon piece […] in and I saw it a little while back on the wall of the Studio Museum in Harlem, where it’s part of the permanent collection. The work is built.

In a new exhibition, Glenn Ligon explores the idea of "blue black" as it manifests not only in black identity but also in American culture.

In a new exhibition, Glenn Ligon explores the idea of "blue black" as it manifests not only in black identity but also in American culture.

In a new exhibition, Glenn Ligon explores the idea of "blue black" as it manifests not only in black identity but also in American culture.

In a new exhibition, Glenn Ligon explores the idea of "blue black" as it manifests not only in black identity but also in American culture.

The Many Shades of Glenn Ligon’s Blue Black

The Many Shades of Glenn Ligon’s Blue Black

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