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“Yinka Shonibare. A critique…”

By Camille Okhio.   Shonibare uses dutch wax prints, mannequins and his mind to reflect and displace the power/race hierarchy which is often too embarrassing for us to discuss outright. He collects references spanning a length of time, a variety of

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“Yinka Shonibare. A critique…”

By Camille Okhio.   Shonibare uses dutch wax prints, mannequins and his mind to reflect and displace the power/race hierarchy which is often too embarrassing for us to discuss outright. He collects references spanning a length of time, a variety of

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David Hockney…

By Camille Okhio. What interests me most about Hockney, rather than the visual content of his work is the window through which he views the portrait. His thought about the variation of viewpoints that can coexist in one work is

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David Hockney…

By Camille Okhio. What interests me most about Hockney, rather than the visual content of his work is the window through which he views the portrait. His thought about the variation of viewpoints that can coexist in one work is

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