Posts Tagged ‘Pulitzer Arts Foundation’

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BLUE BLACK: GLENN LIGON // PULITZER ARTS FOUNDATION

click here to download PDF by Brian Prugh When Glenn Ligon visited the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis, Missouri, to consider doing a project, he was looking at Ellsworth Kelly’s monumental painting on aluminum, entitled Blue Black (2000), when he “heard Louis Armstrong’s gravel-strewn voice singing, ‘What did I do to be so black[…]

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RAUMLABORBERLIN // PULITZER ARTS FOUNDATION

by Brian Prugh Situating raumlaborberlin’s 4562 Enright Avenue is best begun literally: the Pulitzer Arts Foundation is two blocks south of Delmar Avenue and the house at 4562 Enright lies two blocks north of it. Delmar itself has come to be seen as a line dividing the city by race and socioeconomic status. An attempt[…]