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Home » NewsBlog » David Hammons, Stevie Wonder, and a Groundbreaking African American Art Gallery

David Hammons, Stevie Wonder, and a Groundbreaking African American Art Gallery

Installation view: David Hammons, Greasy Bags and BBQ Bones, JAM, 1975. Photo: Courtesy Linda Goode Bryant

In this 1975 interview, Linda Bryant, the founder of the art space JAM, and artist David Hammons, discuss the challenges faced by black artists.

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2018-01-14T15:45:57+00:00March 16th, 2017|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |
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