Kehinde Wiley, Koyo Kouoh… a hundred years of black pride

Two black women, friends or lovers. Dressed in white, they don’t smile, don’t look at us. Their delicate embrace is soothed, muscles relaxed, hands relaxed. Their eyes tell both a distance and a challenge. Painted on a white background by the Tanzanian Sungi Mlengeya, they seem to emerge from the immaculate canvas, aware of their … Read more