Faith Ringgold is a critically acclaimed and key figure of postwar American art, whose unique methods of visual storytelling have documented and advanced art historical, feminist, and civil rights movements for more than half a century. Accompanying a major retrospective at the New Museum, New York, this expansive survey covers work from all periods of her career, including early oil paintings and posters capturing American racial tensions in the 1960s and 1970s, powerful public demonstrations for more equitable representation in museums, and her signature story quilts that upend traditional art narratives. Hardcover, 240 pages.
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