Glenn Ligon, Stranger #44, 2011. oil, charcoal and graphite on canvas. 183.5 x 152.7 cm. Courtesy of the artist.
American artist Glenn Ligon debuts a large-scale diptych from his Stranger series, which first began in 1997 and renders excerpts from James Baldwin’s 1953 essay, ‘Stranger in the Village’.
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