The cover of this volume is printed in 50 color variations; a purchased copy may be different from the image pictured.
A highly illustrated, important volume inspired by the way craft artists have united during the COVID pandemic and engaged in artistic conversations about race, gender, and inclusivity.
During the summer of 2020, the space outside the Renwick Gallery—the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s dedicated museum for contemporary craft and decorative arts—became home to a new discussion about racial justice on Black Lives Matter Plaza. The curators at the Renwick Gallery felt the need to align themselves with what was going on right outside the Gallery’s door, the organizing rationale for understanding the objects presented in this volume, many of which are new acquisitions. Hardcover, 248 pages.
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