White: Whiteness and Race
in Contemporary Art
October 9, 2003–January 10, 2004
Venue: International Center of Photography, New York, NY
Curator: Maurice Berger, Curator of the Center for Art and Visual Culture and Senior Fellow, Vera List Center for Art and Politics
Organized by the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture
White: Whiteness and Race in Contemporary Art is the first exhibition of art that explores race and racism from the perspective of white people. The artworks presented ask white people to evaluate whiteness from a more subjective standpoint and give it meaning so that we all might understand race and racism in a more complex manner.
Artists: Max Becher & Andrea Robbins, Nayland Blake, Nancy Burson, Wendy Ewald, Mike Kelly, William Kentridge, Barbara Kruger, Nikki S. Lee, Paul McCarthy, Cindy Sherman, Gary Simmons
Supported by Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation; Dorothea L. Leonhardt Foundation, Inc.; Maryland State Arts Council.
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