DATE 10/14/2023

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DATE 10/9/2023

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DATE 10/4/2023

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DATE 9/28/2023

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DATE 9/26/2023

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DATE 9/23/2023

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DATE 9/22/2023

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DATE 9/21/2023

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DATE 9/20/2023

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DATE 9/18/2023

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DATE 9/15/2023

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DATE 9/14/2023

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DATE 9/14/2023

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Hot Book Alert: 'Betye Saar: Black Doll Blues' is NEW from Roberts Projects!

Featured spreads are from Roberts Projects' highly anticipated Betye Saar: Black Doll Blues, presenting the inimitable nonagenarian's collection of Black dolls, alongside recent watercolors of the dolls, historic assemblages, sketchbooks and a pop-out cardboard doll modeled after Saar’s "Hoo Doo Woman" (1974)—the only doll in Saar's collection that she hand-made herself. "During the 2020 pandemic quarantine, I began creating watercolor paintings of the Black dolls from my collection," Saar is quoted. "I’ve always used watercolors for my sketchbooks, especially when I travel. I love the freedom of watercolor as a medium, and the rich, saturated, bright colors lend themselves well to depicting the clothing of the dolls. As I painted my dolls, I drew comfort from touching them, arranging them, tidying their skirts and jackets. It was fun. And perhaps on some level, it was a way to keep me feeling safe during the lockdown. Essentially, I was playing with my dolls."

Betye Saar: Black Doll Blues

Betye Saar: Black Doll Blues

Hbk, 9 x 12 in. / 223 pgs / 178 color / 9 b&w.

$60.00  free shipping

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