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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