UCLA'S FOWLER MUSEUM FEATURES KENNEDI CARTER
The Fowler Museum recently sat down with Kennedi to discuss her exquisite personal project, Flexing/New Realm, which features portraits of friends in historically-inspired costumes and poses. Their talk with Kennedi served as 'a catalyst for a conversation about photography as a device for Black people to self-image; ways in which Black Americans use their artworks to communicate ideas of Blackness and its relationship to wealth, power, respect, and belonging; and the practice of Black artists who subvert power dynamics of traditional art historical portraits by placing Black sitters in traditionally white contexts.'
Click here to watch this inspiring interview. Work from Flexing/New Realm below.