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HomeVideoDavid Driskell's art spotlighted Black life. It's 'about time' America saw his...

David Driskell’s art spotlighted Black life. It’s ‘about time’ America saw his work


Artist David Driskell died last year of COVID-19 at age 88, but he’s finally getting his due. For the first time, his paintings are the center of attention in a major way. Driskell was best known for his work as an historian and curator, raising the profile of African-American art and artists. Jeffrey Brown has this report for our arts and culture series, CANVAS.

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