William T. Williams
‘Interrogate the World as It Is and Imagine How It Could Be’: Four Trailblazing Artists in ‘Soul of a Nation’ Discuss the Show and Their Careers
The exhibition of work by African-American artists, including Ming Smith, Betye Saar, William T. Williams, and Senga Nengudi, just opened at the Brooklyn Museum.
“It is as though what is being said is that whatever black people do in the various areas labeled art is Art—hence Black Art,” Frank Bowling wrote in the April 1971 issue of ARTnews. For the Guyanese-…