Celebrated artist Kerry James Marshall has spent the past three decades chronicling the African-American experience through a variety of mediums and styles. Using lyrical abstract images, detailed comic strips and striking stylized portraits, nudes and landscapes, as well as collages that combine these genres, Marshall explores black history and identity while also flipping stereotypical depictions. This beautiful eponymously named book offers a comprehensive look at this Alabama-born, Chicago-based painter’s illustrious career. A number of his iconic works are displayed alongside previously unreleased texts, which shed light on Marshall’s inspirations and influences and the impact that his work has had. The ultimate guide to one of the most exciting artists of our time, Kerry James Marshall is a vibrant portrait of Marshall and his work.
•10"W x .75"D x 11.5"H
•by Charles Gaines, Greg Tate and Laurence Rassel