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This issue highlights African Americans through the medium of paint. The individual, unmediated act of drawing or painting will always have the primacy and the experience of directly viewing a work of fine art, "in person," will always be of incomparable immediacy and worth. Standing on its own, this importatn dreation can be largely missed by by most of the African American public. Our visual arts tradition is communal and maybe so will be some portion of its future. It would be gratifying to share more of this wealth.
The Future of African American Painting by Juliette Harris; Fresh Paint! National Scene by Leatha Mitchell; Fresh Paint! New York Scene by Jonell Jaime; Jazz is the Muse; Slave to the Rhythm by Mogan Monceaux; Radcliffe Bailey Lives the Law of Layering by Tamara Jeffries; In the Tradition of Jazz Improvisation by Alan Colon; Riffin' on Urban Spaces by Richard K. Dozier; Visual Culture: Inside a Brazilian Terriro Joanne Braxton; Remembering Hale A. Woodruff by John H. Hewitt; news and reviews by various authors; Coda by Rachel Harding.
Artwork by: Obaji Nyambi, Michael Ray Charles, Debra Priestly, Bernard Hoyes, Vandorn Hinnant, Daniel Minter, Michelle Stutts, Paul Goodnight, Bernice Montgomery, William Pajaud, Nanette Carter, Gregory Coates, Jack White, Richard Lewis, Wadsworth Jarrell, Morgan Monceaux, Radcliffe Bailey, Sherard VanDyke, Hale Woodruff, Jacob Lawrence, & Henry O. Tanner.
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