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Interview: How Carrie Mae Weems Takes Up Space

In a book excerpt, the nation’s art stars discuss showing up and showing out

“A Single Waltz in Time.” Image: Carrie Mae Weems

Carrie Mae Weems is an artist for this generation. Her work exemplifies the Black experience and invites layers of contemplation and meaning. The conversation below is excerpted from the book Carrie Mae Weems, wherein various essays and interviews explore the…




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