New Yorker. It was only in August that the famous Whitney Museum of American Art in Manhattan was being accused of “predatory” and “exploitative” behavior after it purchased artwork by Black photographers indirectly (and at a steep discount) through a fundraiser to exhibit the photos without the artists’ permission. I think that there’s a lot of work to be done, and I think that we all have to do it. But I still have yet to see a real institutional and gallery push that ensures that these artists are financially supported and are entering the canon of art through collections.”, We will give the curator Antwaun Sargent, who is interested in linking the work of the current generation of photographers with the artists who preceded them, the last word. You can reach him via email here. “The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion” is a book by Antwuan Sargent, a writer and art critic, which features a series of photographs by 15 notable African American millennial image-makers. His first book, “The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion” (Aperture) is out now. Today, Antwaun Sargent is known as the preeminent critical and curatorial voice for one of the most important movements in contemporary photography. Just Pictures was curated by art critic Antwaun Sargent, who worked for a year on this project.He is the author of the earlier The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion, published by Aperture Foundation in 2019. Styling Kevin Hunter . I think that question’s important in that way that it allows for, again, more transparency. ESSENCE spoke to Sargent about hosting his exhibit in the Midwest, from where he drew his inspiration, and the work that still needs to be done. Antwaun Sargent: The exhibition has grown out of the work I’ve been doing over the last couple of years. Hundreds of people squeezed into Aperture Foundation to celebrate the release of Antwaun Sargent’s new photography book. “This is the new, the now, and this is what’s going to happen next,” Sargent tells ESSENCE. Read below. Why not have this conversation there? Editing, Thoughts on the Nikon Z6 II for Wildlife Photography, Photographer Uses Drone to Capture Landscapes in an ‘Unfamiliar Light’. He waxes poetic about posh parties with the likes of Thelma Golden and Mickalene Thomas, art … I have seen change. Celebrating a new wave of contemporary imagemakers, Antwaun Sargent’s new book features 15 of the best emerging photographers – all black, all brilliant – whose work comfortably straddles the line between art and fashion, and who are defining fresh perspectives on representation, beauty and the body. “A main component of the Barrett Barrera Projects mission is to bring innovative and enriching experiences to the St. Louis community, a very progressive city and especially for young artists and young artists of color.”. Antwaun Sargent Covers Issue One of Justsmile. By Keith Estiler So I think that that commitment to Black artistic production has made it easier in some ways to form these relationships just because I’ve been in this work and doing this work. This story was originally published in November 2019. The book, alongside […] It really is being shown everywhere. I wanted to know how you were able to build these relationships with these artists and creatives to create your own personal projects? Are you seeing any changes? Justin Solomon experiments in shooting silhouettes of Black men in rapid succession. The questions that I have whenever I start to think about an exhibition or I think about a work of art really informs a lot of my writing and curatorial practice. The acclaimed New York-based curator and writer Antwaun Sargent discusses his recently published book The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion, with Pippa Oldfield, Head of Programme at Impressions Gallery.Programme as part of our Online Photobook Fair 2020. Antwaun Sargent: I didn’t write anything, which I thought was helpful to be able to just be in the moment. Does “Just” stand for “justice?” questions Chadd Scott in Forbes. Happy Birthday Regina Hall! Visit the BJP Shop to purchase the magazine here. The featuring of the Black figure and Black runway and cover models in the media and art has been one marker of increasingly inclusive fashion and art communities. Photography Bryce Thomas. The exhibition The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion, curated by Antwaun Sargent and featuring some of the images from the book, is on display at Aperture Gallery in New York until January 18, 2020. Over the past few years, a number of young Black photographers have made their mark on the art world, and critic, writer and curator Antwaun Sargent has made it his mission to cement their legacies. Just Pictures was definitely more than Just Pictures. Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. By clicking Sign Up, you agree to our So, when the gallery reached out and said ‘Would you want to do something in St. Louis,’ I said, absolutely. Young image creators, especially from the African community, are rethinking photography. In celebration of the location, Sargent welcomed a modernistic crowd to take on his exhibit and introduce a new audience to a fresh crowd of young photographers. Need a break from politics? All of the photographers were artists of color, and most of the subjects were Black. What has helped is that these projects, the book that’s coming out and this show in St. Louis, Just Pictures, are sort of long-term projects. If you are looking for a cinematic experience in photography, it would be in Nigerian artist and self-taught photojournalist Yagazie Emezi. Sign up for NUVO’s weekly newsletter, here. Still fresh from publishing his first edited photography book, The New Black Vanguard, Antwaun Sargent has curated the exhibition Just Pictures at projects+gallery in St. Louis, Missouri. What a dress. When did Just Pictures become a complete project for you? It sparked a debate about the representation of darker-skinned women on the cover of fashion magazines.”. Antwaun Sargent Curates Genre-Bending Photography in "Just Pictures" Showcasing the illimitable potential of the next generation of image-makers. All photos courtesy Just Pictures, projects+gallery, St. Louis, MO 63108. He was the director and teacher for Sony/Popular Photography magazine’s Digital Days Workshops. Antwaun Sargent adapted this essay from his new book, “The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion,” to be published next month by Aperture. Much in the same vein, Just Pictures presents a cohort of photographers whose work belongs just as in museums as they do in fashion magazines and social media feeds. Joshua Kissi is a Ghanian American from New York, Ruth Ossai’s family is from Nigeria, Mous Lamrabat’s family is from Africa, and Renell Medrano’s roots reach out to the Dominican Republic. We have featured creative practitioners who push normative envelopes and disrupt conventional confines,” says Susan Barrett, Founder and President of Barrett Barrera Projects, of which projects+gallery is a part. See How She's Always Had A Pictu... Ashanti Tests Positive For COVID-19 Hours Before Verzuz Batt... 11 Black-Owned Stocking Stuffer Gifts Under $25, 18 Black Owned Holiday Gifts We Want To Find Under Our Tree. Photography Justin French. “For this generation of emerging image-makers, the photographer’s eye is illimitable: a picture is just a picture,” writes Antwaun Sargent, curator of a new exhibition opening at projects+gallery in St Louis, Missouri, this Thursday. is an art critic and a writer who has contributed to The New York Times, The New Yorker, Vice and more, as well as essays to multiple museum publications. new yorker. With the art world in flux, writer and critic Antwaun Sargent (The New Yorker, NY Times) joins us this week.We discuss the turbulence inside museums across the country (3:20), the potential (creative) silver-lining of this pandemic (7:44), the impetus for his new book, Young, Gifted and Black (11:00), and how Instagram (sort of) democratized photography (17:30). A look at “Just Pictures,” a new show curated by Antwaun Sargent. It was released on Oct. 24 at the Aperture Foundation, a non-profit foundation, that “connects the photo community and its audiences with […] Roshan Ramesh. For me, Just Pictures captures the infinite possibility of these images.”. They’re not making images with one audience in mind. Sargent, who attended the School of Foreign Service and studied politics at Georgetown and was Hillary Clinton’s intern, is a leading voice in the arts, especially in photography. All these artists bring their backgrounds, perspectives, and geographies to their art. 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As Sargent explains in his essay “The Future Will See You Now,” Black queer artists are using photography in defiance of the “straight imagination,” and in doing so, creating their own narratives of desire and relief. Antwaun Sargent, artist Shikeith, and others discuss the ways Black queer artists are redefining the notion of utopia. “The sheer size of emerging talent featured in The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion, a new book by the curator, critic, and W contributor Antwaun Sargent, is astonishing.” —Stephanie Eckardt, W “The New Black Vanguard is a celebratory and thought-provoking mesh of fashion and art.” —Eni Subair, Refinery29 Why not make sure that these conversations around race and authorship and photography are being held everywhere? Antwaun Sargent understands what the relationship with beauty, art and identity encompasses. Kicking off at the beginning of the Fall, Art critic and writer Antwaun Sargent announced his new project, Just Pictures, an exhibition hosted at projects+gallery in St. Louis, Missouri, inspired by Sargent’s midwest upbringing along with his direct link to Black photographers who work frenetically between the spaces of fine art and fashion photography. I like that generosity, but also the quality of an image that takes on new meaning depending on what space it’s in. Sargent called out against this scheme of a major museum to get artwork cheaply and cautioned artists as to “this is why you shouldn’t be out here selling your images for $100 because a major museum will “acquire” your art through and stage an exhibition.”, “Personally, I see the future of photography as told through emerging Black artists. In 2019, Sargent published The New Black Vanguard (2019), a book that explores what it means to be a contemporary young black photographer, creating work and thinking about blackness. The artists represented here were not just from the US but came from different places, including the African continent. Styling Ian Bradley. Photography Aijani Payne. MAGAZINES. Sargent details the work from his latest exhibit, which closes on the 21st of this month. The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion by Antwaun Sargent Adrian Phillips Antwaun Sargent's lyrical new book explores the creativity and powerful sense of expression found in the work of Black photographers within the fashion and art worlds, and the influence that this new vitality has on contemporary visual media. Written by Jacqui Palumbo, CNN Over the past few years, a number of young Black photographers have made their mark on the art world, and critic, writer and curator Antwaun Sargent has made it his mission to cement their legacies. I didn’t have connections in the art world. It showed what it means to be a contemporary young Black photographer, creating work and thinking about Blackness. Black photographers have had their work published in magazines, but this was an effort to show it as art worthy in the white cube’s confines of gallery walls. Antwaun Sargen’s new show, “Just Pictures,” features young Black photographer like Renell Medrano, and opened at projects+gallery in St. Louis on September 10. Note: Just Pictures recently ended its showing in November at projects+gallery in St. Louis, MO. Book Cover Courtesy Aperture. I wanted to think about the ways in which these images operate in commercial settings, but also in more conceptual settings. I think that you can’t say that there is a problem with the art world and with the lack of diversity, the lack on inclusion, the racism, the sexism without looking at your own organizations, especially if you’re an organization who’s directly tied to our understand of art. “For this generation of emerging image-makers, the photographer’s eye is illimitable: a picture is just a picture.”. I was just in my space. In 2019, Sargent’s “The New Black Vanguard,” was published by Aperture Foundation. In 2019, Sargent’s “The New Black Vanguard,” was published by Aperture Foundation. Sargent details the work from his latest exhibit, which closes on the 21st of this month. Antwaun Sargent fondly remembers his few first years in New York City. They’re making images with multiple audiences. After that card became an industry standard, many color reference cards began to be known as “Shirley cards.” Joshua Kissi’s focus on how to properly light Black skin goes back to the history of that same Kodak card. Photography Bryce Thomas. We have these conversations in New York. I moved to New York after going to college at Georgetown studying politics, and I thought I would be a lawyer. In The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion, curator and critic Antwaun Sargent addresses a radical transformation taking place in fashion and art today. You have these image-makers a part of the show making photos that exist online, but they also exist in museums and gallery spaces and magazines. _____ Never miss a story. We spoke with a photographer and an astronaut who teamed up to bring you a book that looks at 20 years of the International Space Station, and were soothed by a glance at life among the caretakers of Britain's small islands. “Every month, we get a new cover or new image from a young Black photographer that really sets the cultural conversation,” says Sargent to CNN. Antwaun Sargent's 'Just Pictures' Exhibition Is An Ode To Contemporary Photography. About. I’ve worked on both of them for about a year. He has contributed essays to museum and gallery publications on Ed Clark, Mickalene Thomas, Arthur Jafa, Deborah Roberts, and Yinka Shonibare, among other artists. It’s a scarf, actually — Issey Miyake. He started one of the first digital camera classes in New York City at The International Center of Photography in the 90s. This is my tenth year in New York, and I have largely written, curated exhibitions, and had public conversations with young Black artists. Art critic and writer Antwaun Sargent and photographer Joshua Kissi have committed themselves to uplifting Black voices and identities through visual representation. “Art is for everybody, so why can’t these shows take place in other places?”. Here he broke down boundaries that have persisted for long by showcasing the work of fifteen artists who meld the art and fashion genres with glowing portraits and conceptual images. “Take Viola Davis on the cover of Vanity Fair (photographed by Dario Calmese) the other month. And since he has only recently crossed thirty, there will be a lot more coming from him. “They’re working in a way that I think is exciting and that should be seen everywhere.”, The exhibition, which ends on November 21st, is centered in a community where art may not be as celebrated when compared to larger cities like New York or Los Angeles. The Midwest has a really special place in my heart, but also just making sure that as we talk about art being for everyone it’s not just a platitude. “These image-makers are not saying they are shooting fashion images or art images; they’re just shooting the images that they want to see in the world. But it also points to the ways in which these artists are working today. We spoke to the New York curator about his international selection, and images that exist between the … “We can’t confuse visibility with actual institutional and financial support,” says Sargent. Moodboard. And in these different spaces they take on new meanings. “… there is a lot of visibility — a lot of artists showing their work on magazine covers. What’s that space been like? Oluwabukola Becky Akinyode, stylist, Crown Heights. Jordan Dalah. Photo: Kyle Dorosz. New Photography Every Day. Just Pictures was curated by art critic Antwaun Sargent, who worked for a year on this project. What is the significance of your show being held in St. Louis? Antwaun Sargent: The central argument is that there’s a new movement in photography being led by a group of young international black photographers … “Is Sargent providing justice for artists and models long overlooked by using the power of his celebrity to offer them a platform they’ve previously been denied?”. antwaun sargent His writing has appeared in the New York Times, New Yorker, New York Review of Books, W, Vogue, and other publications. And we looked at Antwaun Sargent's Just Pictures, which runs for two more weeks in St. Louis. WEBSITE IN PROGRESS. I didn’t leave New York at all during the height of the pandemic, and I think that it was important to give myself the space to live with the turmoil of racial protests and also the pandemic. Just Pictures was curated by art critic Antwaun Sargent, who worked for a year on this project. A book entitled The New Black Vanguard Photography Between Art and Fashion Signed Edition written by Antwaun Sargent, published by Aperture Direct which was released on 29 October 2019. I really fell in love with art and the artists that I was meeting in the studios that I was going to and the museum shows, and I just said, “I want to be a part of that world. Styling & Creative Direction Ian Isiah. We have these conversations in Los Angeles. “The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion presents artists, whose vibrant portraits … That has helped that it didn’t have to be all in the moment. One of the earliest color reference cards in the still photo industry featured a woman named Shirley. Download The New Black Vanguard Photography Between Art and Fashion Signed Edition Books now!Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. With the New Black Vanguard there were a lot of questions that we got to around representation and self-presentation in the book and in the exhibition that’s traveling. Over the past few years, a number of young Black photographers have made their mark on the art world, and critic, writer and curator Antwaun Sargent has made it his mission to cement their legacies. About the author: Phil Mistry is a photographer and teacher based in Atlanta, GA. This was a landmark show curated by the talented Antwaun Sagent and we think the work of these young Black photographers needs a second look by institutions and collectors. Just Pictures was a follow up to The New Black Vanguard. We have this conversation in London and Paris, but we don’t have these conversations also in small cities or spaces. Are we seeing maybe these publications allowing more Black critics to write due to all that is going on? Featured artists included were Arielle Bobb-Willis, Yagazie Emezi, Joshua Kissi, Mous Lamrabat, Renell Medrano, Ruth Ossai, Justin Solomon, and Joshua Woods. The publication of his first book, The New Black Vanguard, shot him into the art world’s limelight as a critic and writer. This collection of eight photographers “is a reflection of the spirit in which these images are shot,” explains Chicago-bred Sargent to CNN. I think that often we have these conversations in big cities. He is the author of the earlier The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion, published by Aperture Foundation in 2019. I’ve not seen enough change. Image credits: Header photo by Ruth Ossai, My Heart Is Clean, Lagos, Nigeria, 2018. I’m from the Midwest. By this, I mean he is a writer and critic who is co … ANTWAUN SARGENT. The audience of the museum, of a magazine, which is very different than their own audiences that they have personally, because they’re the built in cultivator. In St. Louis, curator and author of book 'The New Black Vanguard' Antwaun Sargent has staged a photography show exploring genreless modes of photography At projects+gallery, St. Louis, critic, curator and author Antwaun Sargent has conceived an exhibition of young photographers who are turning their gazes to a new, genreless mode of photography In a richly illustrated essay, curator and critic Antwaun Sargent … It in some ways comes out of New Black Vanguard. Antwaun Sargent. Antwaun Sargent’s first book celebrates a new forefront of genre-bending photographers “using their cameras to create contemporary portrayals of black life” This article was published in issue #7890 of British Journal of Photography. 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