Other Voices, Other Stories
The narrative of American art is filled with stories of artists who were not part of the mainstream because they are minorities. The established worlds of painting, sculpture and the performing arts are often shut off to Native Americans, women, blacks and other people of color. Their voices are often not taken seriously. Fortunately, we live in a time where other voices are being celebrated.
American Art: Other Voices, Other Stories focuses on three outstanding artists who struggled to make contributions to American art, including: Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi, Native American painter TC Cannon, photographer Ming Smith, and more.