Figa (exhibition), Deste Foundation Project Space, Slaughterhouse, Hydra, Greece.

June 20 - September 30, 2017.

Figa, 2017. Hydra Slaughterhouse/Deste Foundation. 2017.

Negress, 2017. Hydra Slaughterhouse/Deste Foundation.

Sikkema Jenkins and Co. is Compelled to present/The most Astounding and Important Painting show of the fall Art Show viewing season!/Collectors of Fine Art will Flock to see the latest Kara Walker offerings, and what is she offering but the Finest Selection of artworks by an African-American Living Woman Artist this side of the Mississippi. Modest collectors will find her prices reasonable, those of a heartier disposition will recognize Bargains! Scholars will study and debate the Historical Value and Intellectual Merits of Miss Walker’s Diversionary Tactics. Art Historians will wonder whether the work represents a Departure or a Continuum. Students of Color will eye her work suspiciously and exercise their free right to Culturally Annihilate her on social media. Parents will cover the eyes of innocent children. School Teachers will reexamine their art history curricula. Prestigious Academic Societies will withdraw their support, former husbands and former lovers will recoil in abject terror. Critics will shake their heads in bemused silence. Gallery Directors will wring their hands at the sight of throngs of the gallery-curious flooding the pavement outside. The Final President of the United States will visibly wince. Empires will fall, although which ones, only time will tell. (exhibition), Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York.

September 7 - October 14, 2017.

Christ’s Entry Into Journalism, 2017.

The (Private) Memorial Garden of Grandison Harris, 2017.

Dredging the Quagmire (Bottomless Pit), 2017.

Rebel Flag (with Ghosts), 2017.

Brand X (Slave Market Painting), 2017.

Slaughter of the Innocents (They Might be Guilty of Something) , 2017.

Slaughter of the Innocents (They Might be Guilty of Something), 2017.