(What Does Kara Walker’s Sugary Sphinx Tell Us? by Hrag Vartanian on May 9, 2014 19 photos of Kara Walker's "Subtlety" by the author for Hyperallergic)
Kara Walker (born November 26, 1969) is a contemporary African-American artist who explores race, gender, sexuality, violence and identity in her work. Description from pixgood.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Kara Walker | Greg Kucera Gallery | Seattle
They Waz Nice White Folks While They Lasted (Sez One Gal to Another) by Kara Walker at Indianapolis Museum of Art
kara walker | KARA WALKER
Chuck Close - Kara Walker [NOTE: He is pretty cool, isn't he?]
Kara Walker. Because her artwork is stunning and emotional. One of our F|S fellows is currently working on a book about her and I am so looking forward to reading it.
Artist: Kara Walker Kara Walker is an American Artist known for her bold exploration into race, culture and gender and identity issues. You might not have remembered her name, but surely I can recall you to her work once I show you those explosive black silhouettes resembling paper cut-outs that she’s most known for
"Four Seasons, The Fall," by Kara Walker, in the New York Times, 2008
Kara Walker, 38, makes black-paper silhouettes that at first glance might remind you of the antique portraits hanging in your grandmother’s living room. But look closer. You’ll see that Walker’s art is complicated by race, sex and the history of slavery in the plantation-era South.