People of Color In the World of Fine Art
Hip-hop power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z have 44 million page views to show that their new music and -- more distinctly -- the accompanying video is sending a strong message.
Filmed at the famed Louvre in Paris, the video features Beyoncé among lines of black dancers moving through the galleries of masterpieces featuring white people.
People of color are mostly absent except as afterthoughts in the works. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, what a super famous, super rich hip hop power couple of color is saying about the inclusivity and exclusivity of Western art and the places it inhabits
- Constance Grady, culture writer for Vox
- Tyler Cann, curator of contemporary art, Columbus Museum of Art
- Michael Goodson, Senior Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts
- Dr. Treva Lindsey, Professor of African-American women's history, The Ohio State University