NKA Journal of Contemporary African Art-No More “Poisonous, Disrespectful, and Skewed Images of Black People”: Barbara Walker’s Louder Than Words

December 20, 2016 § 3 Comments

I’m very excited to see my work in the  recent  issue  of NKA  Journal of Contemporary African Art – Black Portraiture(s). It  was  such a pleasure  and  privilege to  work with  the great academic  and writer  Celeste  Marie Bernier.

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