Posts Tagged ‘Figures of Speech’

NOT ALL SKIN FOLK ARE KIN FOLK: WHY NO CRITICISM FOR VIRGIL ABLOH’S FIRST SOLO SHOW?

By Rashayla Marie Brown The idea of speaking to and for Black people outside an institution appears to be the primary motivation behind Virgil Abloh’s first solo exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, entitled “Figures of Speech.” Besides the press in the New York Times about Abloh’s meteoric fashion career and a cursory[…]