Kara Walker made a portrait of Toni Morrison for the cover of The New Yorker. | Artsy

Benjamin Sutton, Artsy artist Kara Walker has created an instantly iconic portrait of the recently deceased author Toni Morrison for the cover of The New Yorker magazine. The portrait, shared by the magazine on Instagram and reposted by Walker, features a closeup of Morrison’s head. The artwork is rendered in Walker’s distinctive, high-contrast, cut paper…

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Kara Walker’s Show is a Painful, Necessary Reminder That US Culture Wars Never Ended | Hyperallergic Walker’s drawn and collaged images depicting haunting scenes of abuse and violence refuse to let us look away from America’s bloody past and present.

Walker’s drawn and collaged images depicting haunting scenes of abuse and violence refuse to let us look away from America’s bloody past and present.

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No More Jezebel or Mammy: New Museum Art Exhibit Shatters Stereotypical Depictions of Black Women – Atlanta Black Star A new art exhibit at Louisiana’s Alexandria Museum of Art is breaking down the stereotype of the strong Black woman, thanks to contributions from Black female artists.

A new art exhibit at Louisiana’s Alexandria Museum of Art is breaking down the stereotype of the strong Black woman, thanks to contributions from Black female artists.

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