Gina Athena Ulysse, associate professor of anthropology, associate professor of African American studies, wrote a review of artist Robert Pruitt’s Women, currently on exhibit at the Studio Museum of Harlem, in the Huffington Post. The exhibit features 20 portraits of contemporary black women drawn on brown butcher paper with conté-crayons.
Ulysse Writes Exhibit Review of Contemporary Black Women Portraits
by Lauren Rubenstein •
Ulysse writes: “Although, Pruitt’s Women may be warriors, they are not embattled. They may be of and in struggle, yet they are not fighting. Their serenity is too often denied to black women. They are ‘keepin’ it surreal’ inhabiting Suzanne Césaire’s state of permanent readiness for the Marvelous.”