Would you hang an all black art work in your home (or fantasy museum)? What if we said it was a work by Robert Motherwell, Louise Nevelson, Kara Walker, Richard Serra, or Robert Mapplethorpe?
Reconciliation Elegy, 1978, Robert Motherwell (at the National Gallery, Washington DC)
Sky Cathedral, 1958, Louise Nevelson (at the MoMA)
Kara Walker, 2008 (from an installation at the Whitney)
Untitled, 1973, Richard Serra (from the Richard Serra Drawing: A Retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum, 2011)
Parrot Tulips, 1988, Robert Mapplethorpe
Dear Readers: Do not adjust your computer screens. Troy is taking over White Cabana this week and, as you can see, he’s really shaken things up around here! Enjoy. – Jordana