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Projects of Identity in Carrie Mae Weems’s ‘From Here I …

Weems profoundly understands her medium, the photograph, and deploys its spectral force for contemporary activist purpose. Projects of Identity in From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried 69 Fig. 2.1 From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried, Carrie Mae …

Carrie Mae Weems | An Anthropological Debate (from From …

From Guggenheim Museum, Carrie Mae Weems, An Anthropological Debate (from From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried) (1995-1996), Chromogenic print with et…

Carrie Mae Weems | Nka | Duke University Press

· Weems’s series From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried (1995) both draws on and critiques conventions of documentary photography. Containing appropriated archival photographs, her works are often interpreted as the artist subverting visual stereotypes of black people in order to commemorate their lives and experiences.

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· Carrie Mae Weems, “An Anthropological Debate” from “From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried,” 1995-1996 In class we have studied J.T. Zealy’s daguerreotypes of slaves that were commissioned by Harvard scientist Louis Agassiz to support his belief in the theory of polygenesis.

Homework #2: Carrie Mae Weems on Race, Appropriation, and …

· Sprinkled throughout are images from Weems’s most enduring series — The Kitchen Table Series (1990), From Here I Saw What Happened and I …

The Stunning Scope of Carrie Mae Weems’s Vision

Artist Carrie Mae Weems have appropriated Zealy’s photographs into monochrome red in her series “From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried.” This monochrome red effect on the photographs amplifies the sadness of the history and the racism occurred at the time.Figures in the first four photos of the series were nude.

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· Her next series, Ain’t Jokin’, consists of straight on images of African Americans with racist jokes or connotations placed as the caption.This type of work served as a strong message that challenged mainstream culture to examine its underlying racism. Similar themes can be found in Weems’ work spanning from American Icons (1988-1989) to From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried …

Carrie Mae Weems — OURS

· Carrie Mae Weems’s cultural diplomacy at the Guggenheim. One such advance followed Weems’s 1995 series “From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried,” for which she enlarged daguerreotypes of …

A Place at the Table | The New Yorker

Carrie Mae Weems From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried, 1995-1996, toned prints with sandblasted text on glass (You became a Scientific Profile) … Carrie Mae Weems, Kitchen Table Series, 1990, silver gelatin prints (Man smoking) … Carrie Mae Weems, Museums, 1995-present, archival pigment print, Louvre-Standing on the outside looking in …

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