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The Art of Ben Jones 1970-2008 "Deliverance"

Amiri Baraka

ISBN 10: 0979113016 / ISBN 13: 9780979113017
Published by Jersey City Museum, 2009
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: The Art of Ben Jones 1970-2008 "Deliverance"

Publisher: Jersey City Museum

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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This major retrospective of the work of Ben Jones features a complete survey of the artist's work, dating from the mid 1970s through his most recent paintings. "Deliverance" explores various aspects of the artist's body of work, and delves further into its close relationship to religions of the African diaspora. Many of the artist's key works are in the exhibition, including the iconic Black Face and Arm Unit, from 1971 (State Museum, Trenton). Organized by independent curator Ed Spriggs, whose relationship with Mr. Jones dates back to the early 1970s, when he was director at the Studio Museum in Harlem and Ben Jones was exhibiting his work there, this survey is an unprecedented examination of this important American artist's work. This lush exhibition catalog features 29 full-color and 20 black and white reproductions - many which have never before been published - of the artist's most significant works. With essays by Edward Spriggs, Kellie Jones, Ph.D., Associate Professor of African American, African Diaspora, and Latin American art at Columbia University; and a dialogue with the artist by Alejandro Anreus, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Art History and Latin American Studies at William Paterson University, this publication promises to be a substantial and scholarly catalogue that will serve as a document of, and create access to, Ben Jones's significant body of work. (reference: Jersey City Museum)

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Ed Spriggs is a force in contemporary culture and activism for over 40 years. He is a filmmaker, visual artists and curator. From 1987 to 2002, he served as the Founding Director and Curator of the Hammonds House Museum in Atlanta, Georgia. Previous positions include: Public Art Coordinator for Fulton County, Georgia (1984-88), Minority Affairs Director for the Southern Arts Federation (1980-82), Coordinator of the Film Internship Program at the Astoria Motion Picture and TV Studio (1978-80), and most notably, as the Director of the Studio Museum in Harlem (1969-75). He has lectured extensively including at Howard University, Spelman College, and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia. He has curated exhibitions at the Second World Festival of Black and African Culture (FESTA '77), Nigeria, Jamaica Art Center, and fellowships from the Museum Management Institute of the Getty Trust, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the International Council on Museums. Currently, he serves as an independent art appraiser and is writing a book commemorating African American participation in FESTAC '77.

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