In her review of Dawoud Bey MFA ’93’s recent exhibition, Arts and Music Reporter Maggie Duffy calls the exhibition an “emotional, powerful photographic experience.” The exhibition, “Dawoud Bey & Carrie Mae Weems: In Dialogue,” was on display at the Tampa Museum of Art until October 25th.
“In Dialogue” showcases more than 120 photographs and videos from Bey and Carrie Mae Weems’s careers. As Duffy notes, while Bey and Weems “work independently, their work addresses common themes of race, class and representation and the experiences of Black Americans.”
Read the full article at the Tampa Bay Times here.
Photo credits: A closeup of Dawoud Bey’s Untitled #10 in his series “Night Coming Tenderly, Black” at the Tampa Museum of Art. [ LAUREN WITTE | Times ]