New York-based artist Rashid Johnson now exhibits internationally and is considered a practitioner of “cultural abstraction,” in which materials such as shea butter and black soap are used for symbolic reasons as well as being tools for painting and sculpting abstractly.
New York-based artist Rashid Johnson now exhibits internationally and is considered a practitioner of “cultural abstraction,” in which materials such as shea butter and black soap are used for symbolic reasons as well as being tools for painting and sculpting abstractly. Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and Museum
New York-based artist Rashid Johnson now exhibits internationally and is considered a practitioner of “cultural abstraction,” in which materials such as shea butter and black soap are used for symbolic reasons as well as being tools for painting and sculpting abstractly. Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and Museum

Shea butter, soap, books: Rashid Johnson’s life becomes raw art at Kemper Museum

February 25, 2017 10:00 AM

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