In 1994, the Whitney Museum of Art in New York City opened a customarily controversial exhibition titled “The Black Male,” which analyzed visual representation of black men at a time when color was on everybody’s mind. Trials and scandals involving O.J. Simpson, Rodney King, and Clarence Thomas were stoking racial fires. Nearly 20 years later, in post-Obama, post-Trayvon, not-so-post-racial America, Nigerian-American performance artist Jaamil Olawale Kosoko is unveiling his response/update to the Whitney’s exhibition, as a... More >>>