Photographer and artist Carrie Mae Weems recently delivered the annual Rothschild Lecture. She had inspiring and, indeed, impassioned thoughts on the overarching themes of power, bravery, voice and access. She began with her discussion with Ode to Affirmative Action, one of two works of art by the artist now on view in Sound Vision: Contemporary Art from the Collection.
“I like to think of artists as being really quite brave.”
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