Rashid Johnson The Hikers
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Edited by Monica Davis with text by Heidi Zuckerman and Manuela Moscoso, and an interview by Claudia Schreier.
A massive compendium on the multimedia art of Rashid Johnson, tackling themes of Black history, literature, philosophy and material culture.
Rashid Johnson (born 1977) is renowned for challenging the assumptions often present in collective notions of Blackness. Based in New York, Johnson is among an influential group of American artists whose work employs a wide range of materials and images to explore themes of art history, literature, philosophy, and personal and cultural identity. After beginning his career working primarily in photography, Johnson has expanded into a variety of mediums, including text work, sculptural objects, installation, painting, drawing, collage, film, performance and choreography. Drawing on a dizzying array of historical, cultural, literary and musical references, Johnson ultimately invites audiences to find connections to their own lives.
Published by Hauser & Wirth with Aspen Art Press, 2021
Hardcover with 440 pages
Dimensions: 13 x 9 1/2 (33.02 x 24.13 cm)
This title is out of print