Bey says his ability to capture Black history and life has its roots in another of his artistic inspirations: John Coltrane.
"I think my background in music is what allows me to feel confident, improvising in situations, not knowing what's going to happen," he says. "But having a clear sense of the parameters that I'm functioning within, whether it's the space of the photographic frame or whether it's the bar in music."
In this video, you will learn how to make your own pattern papers using coffee and every day normal household items, like salt, plastic wrap, straws, rice, noodles, a coffee cup, an old artsy toothbrush, even soap!
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"Showtime" Amidst the pandemic, Works & Process at the Guggenheim produced performing arts creative bubbles so artists can work safely. Go behind the scenes and experience the hope, joy, and challenges experienced by artists returning to the studio and stage.
After 2 weeks inside Works & Process bubble residencies, projects culminate in live performances at Kaatsbaan Festival and filmed video at Lincoln Center, previewing future premiere performances at the Guggenheim, once it is safe for all to gather.
The Million Man March of 1995 is recreated through the conversation between a young woman and her father, who attended it.
He talks about how the event changed his life, and she recalls what it meant to see a poster of the march hanging on the wall of her father's den since she was a girl.
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