Howardena Pindell

1972 | 00:15:30 | United States | English | 4:3

Collection: On Art and Artists

Tags: African-American, Artist Portraits, Feminism, Interview, Painting

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Taped shortly after the creation of the Air Gallery, this conversation between painter Howardena Pindell and Hermine Freed concerns the women’s independent gallery and its role in the feminist movement. Pindell also discusses the development of her work and the relation between black artists and the art world.

Premiere

1972