Antwaun Sargent

Art Critic

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Art Critic based in New York City.

Antwaun Sargent on KCRW

When the Whitney Biennial opened last week in New York, a young black artist named Parker Bright walked into the galleries and stood in front of a white woman’s painting of Emmett…

Painting at Whitney Biennial causes uproar among black artists

When the Whitney Biennial opened last week in New York, a young black artist named Parker Bright walked into the galleries and stood in front of a white woman’s painting of Emmett…

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