Invisibility of Blackness: Visual Responses of Kerry James Marshall

  title={Invisibility of Blackness: Visual Responses of Kerry James Marshall},
  author={Jessica Leonora Whitehead},
  journal={Art Education},
  pages={33 - 39}
BY JESSIE L. WHITEHEAD I: nvisible is defined as (a) unable to be seen, and (b) treated as if unable to be seen; ignored (http://www. Black isdescribed as (a) of the very darkest color, and (b) relating to a human group having dark-coloured skin, especially of African or Australian Aboriginal ancestry (http://www.askoxford. com/concise_oed/black). These two concepts are significantly connected to the art of the contemporary black American artist Kerry James… 

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