June 26, 2020

Interview with Carlos Walker, a self-taught artist whose exhibition of race reversal paintings at the Center for Contemporary Political Art is a must see

Interview with Carlos Walker, a self-taught artist whose exhibition of race reversal paintings at the Center for Contemporary Political Art is a must see

Carlos Walker discusses his exhibition of 48 race reversal paintings at the Center for Contemporary Political Art in Washington D.C., titled What If? The Prison Drawings of Carlos Walker, which is open to the public until Sunday, July 5. He also mentions artistic, historic and political influences for the paintings and his upcoming projects. In addition, Charles Krause, the Founder of the Center for Contemporary Political Art, is seeking donations to frame more of Carlos's paintings. So, please consider making a contribution at the link below:

https://www.politicsartus.org/donate-2/


Check out more info about this exhibition:

https://www.politicsartus.org/events/what-if-the-prison-drawings-of-carlos-walker/#


Carlos Walker's Instagram account features more of his work:

http://www.instagram.com/walkers_gallery2


Here's Carlos' Official Website:

http://www.walkersgallery.net



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