Even amid the pandemic, some art exhibitions are opening to the public. “Grief and Grievance” at New York’s “New Museum,” a timely examination of race and racism, is one of them. Black artists explore the aspects of loss in the contemporary Black experience and their own roles in telling that story. Jeffrey Brown reports for Race Matters, and CANVAS, our ongoing arts and culture coverage.
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