Kara Walker, Presenting Negro Scenes Drawn Upon My Passage through the South and Reconfigured for the Benefit of Enlightened Audiences Wherever Such May Be Found, By Myself, Missus K.E.B. Walker, Colored, 1997

Images of Kara Walker, Presenting Negro Scenes Drawn Upon My Passage through the South and Reconfigured for the Benefit of Enlightened Audiences Wherever Such May Be Found, By Myself, Missus K.E.B. Walker, Colored

  • A silhouetted scene shows an adult holding a child by the shoulders next to a tree in the bottom-right corner, an ambiguous plant in the bottom-left, and a young girl hanging limply from a parachute.
Kara Walker, American, b. 1969
Presenting Negro Scenes Drawn Upon My Passage through the South and Reconfigured for the Benefit of Enlightened Audiences Wherever Such May Be Found, By Myself, Missus K.E.B. Walker, Colored, 1997
Paper, and watercolor on paper
13 × 150 ft. (4 × 45.7 m)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Susan and Lewis Manilow, 1999.52
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
Kara Walker, American, b. 1969
Presenting Negro Scenes Drawn Upon My Passage through the South and Reconfigured for the Benefit of Enlightened Audiences Wherever Such May Be Found, By Myself, Missus K.E.B. Walker, Colored, 1997
Paper, and watercolor on paper
13 × 150 ft. (4 × 45.7 m)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Susan and Lewis Manilow, 1999.52
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
A silhouetted scene shows an adult holding a child by the shoulders next to a tree in the bottom-right corner, an ambiguous plant in the bottom-left, and a young girl hanging limply from a parachute.
Kara Walker, American, b. 1969
Presenting Negro Scenes Drawn Upon My Passage through the South and Reconfigured for the Benefit of Enlightened Audiences Wherever Such May Be Found, By Myself, Missus K.E.B. Walker, Colored, 1997
Paper, and watercolor on paper
13 × 150 ft. (4 × 45.7 m)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Susan and Lewis Manilow, 1999.52
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
Kara Walker, American, b. 1969
Presenting Negro Scenes Drawn Upon My Passage through the South and Reconfigured for the Benefit of Enlightened Audiences Wherever Such May Be Found, By Myself, Missus K.E.B. Walker, Colored, 1997
Paper, and watercolor on paper
13 × 150 ft. (4 × 45.7 m)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Susan and Lewis Manilow, 1999.52
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
Kara Walker, American, b. 1969
Presenting Negro Scenes Drawn Upon My Passage through the South and Reconfigured for the Benefit of Enlightened Audiences Wherever Such May Be Found, By Myself, Missus K.E.B. Walker, Colored, 1997
Paper, and watercolor on paper
13 × 150 ft. (4 × 45.7 m)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Susan and Lewis Manilow, 1999.52
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
Kara Walker, American, b. 1969
Presenting Negro Scenes Drawn Upon My Passage through the South and Reconfigured for the Benefit of Enlightened Audiences Wherever Such May Be Found, By Myself, Missus K.E.B. Walker, Colored, 1997
Paper, and watercolor on paper
13 × 150 ft. (4 × 45.7 m)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of Susan and Lewis Manilow, 1999.52
Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago