By Gwendolyn Baxley and Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz
SEPT 2020 | Critics Page
We both turn to poetry for refuge and reflection during these multiple pandemics. When Blackness means possible execution, poetry becomes both eulogy and manifesto: we put our pens to pads as a means to not only mourn and give tribute to Black life lost, but also declare and celebrate the audacity and fearlessness of Black life (and Black afterlives) even in the face of violence.
By Sahar Khraibani
JUNE 2020 | ArtSeen
Co-curated by Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen as a platform for the exchange of art and ideas at a time of crisis, How Can We Think of Art at a Time Like This? is an exhibition without walls, created almost overnight to respond to museum and galleries closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as a platform for free expression, inviting visitors to post responses on its Comments page.