Glenn Ligon’s Curatorial Project, Inspired by Ellsworth Kelly, Profiled in New York Times

June 7th, 2017

Artist Glenn Ligon is profiled in the New York Times this week, as he prepares to unveil a new curatorial project in St. Louis, inspired by Ellsworth Kelly’s piece Blue Black.  “When I was in the building, the Ellsworth Kelly is massive,” he says. “I had this very funny aural hallucination where I kept hearing Louis Armstrong’s voice singing ‘What did I do to be so black and blue?’”

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