Fireside Chat with Wardell Milan
Come chat with artist Wardell Milan as he presents some of his work featured in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Art Institute of Chicago, SFMOMA, and many more. In scenes of freedom and desire, conflict and violence, Milan situates fractured bodies in ambiguous spaces. Often titled after songs and using the color blue, Milan’s Parisian Landscapes references sources as wide-ranging as Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue and Maggie Nelson’s lyrical essayBluets.
This fireside chat will be moderated by Emily Kuhlmann, Director of Exhibitions & Curatorial Affairs, Museum of the African Diaspora.