The art of Kevin Blythe Sampson

THE ART OF
KEVIN BLYTHE SAMPSON

10/19/11

ARTIST TALK Kevin Sampson Four African American Men in Venice: No Cross, No Crown




 ARTIST TALK
Kevin Sampson
Four African American Men in Venice: 
No Cross, No Crown
Kevin Sampson and three other African 
American self-taught artists—Lonnie Holley,
Mr. Imagination, and Charlie Lucas—were
invited to create site-specific installations 
in Venice in conjunction with the 2011 
Biennale. Sampson will relate his experience
of the artists’ adventurous and life-
changing three-week residency and offer
insight into this groundbreaking artistic 
presentation. Sampson will also show 
images of his work, past and present.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
11 am
Free
Space is limited.
Reservations are not necessary.
Information: Lee Kogan at 212. 265. 1040, ext. 105, or 
lkogan@folkartmuseum.org
Blue Meat, Kevin Sampson (b. 1954), Newark, New Jersey, 2000, mixed media, 28 x 16 x 17 in., American Folk Art Museum, gift of Evelyn S. Meyer,
2005.10.5, photo by Gavin Ashworth, New York
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