Lorna Simpson, 15 Mouths. This photo is successful because it creates a sense of identity without showing much of or about the person. It's showing how we all are equal and posses the same physical attributes, but are very different from each other. This may be one of my ideas for the constructive narrative project.

Lorna Simpson - 15 Mouths American, 15 Mouths, 2002 Born in Brooklyn, New York, in Lorna Simpson began her career as a docu.

Lorna Simpson, Stereo Styles (1988

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Lorna Simpson Stereo Styles [Styles stéréo] 1988 10 dye-diffusion black-and-white Polaroid prints, 10 engraved plastic plaques 57 ¾ x 125 ¼ x 1 in x x cm) overall Collection of Melva Bucksbaum and Raymond Learsy © Lorna Simpson

My next project for Publication Design is a "collection". What I wouldn't give for a bunch of wigs right now...

Lorna Simpson, Wigs (portfolio) 1994 - waterless lithograph on felt, Collection Walker Art Center

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blackcontemporaryart: Lorna Simpson Mixed Grey, 2012.

Lorna Simpson, "Mixed Grey," Courtesy of the artist and Salon Lorna Simpson, rights reserved. An example of the Gestalt Principles of grouping.

Lorna Simpson

The Ultimate Pop-Culture Feminist Syllabus: 50 Books, Movies, TV Shows, Artists…

Lorna "Simpson "Wigs (Portfolio)" 1994 #IdentityPolitics #CultureWars. Among the subjects of Simpson's art is the experience of African American women in contemporary American society, a topic that encompasses issues of race and gender. Depicted here is a diverse group of wigs in an orderly presentation that suggests a line-up of scientific specimens. Text panels with artist's commentary on their use by women, entertainers, transvestites.

There Aren’t Enough Books About Modern Female Artists Explore works from the newly-reprinted book of essays Modern Women: Women Artists at The Museum of Modern Art via New York magazine’s The Cut.

"Untitled (2 Necklines)," by Lorna Simpson, 2 gelatin silver prints, 11 engraved plastic plaques photographs 36 inches each

"Untitled Necklines)," by Lorna Simpson, 2 gelatin silver prints, 11 engraved plastic plaques photographs 36 inches each

Lorna Simpson | Jeu de Paume | Exhibitions | Time Out Paris

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Lorna Simpson retrospective anchors Addison Gallery of American Art's fall season

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