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Jim, if you choose to accept..., 1988—1989  by Carrie Mae Weems.  Art Experience:NYC  http://www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login

Jim, if you choose to accept., by Carrie Mae Weems. This photograph by acclaimed photographer Carrie Mae Weems shows a young black man sitting in a pool of .

Carrie Mae Weems, Untitled (Woman Standing Before Commercial Billboard), 2003.

Carrie Mae Weems Charts the Black Experience in Photographs

Carrie Mae Weems, Untitled (Woman Standing Before Commercial Billboard),

Carrie Mae Weems, Mirror, Mirror (From the Ain't Jokin' series), 1987

View Mirror, Mirror From the Aint Jokin series by Carrie Mae Weems on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Carrie Mae Weems.

Carrie Mae Weems: Image from the Colored People series

Carrie Mae Weems: Image from the Colored People series

Artist Carrie Mae Weems Says Art Saved Her Life, And Yours Too : Carrie Mae Weems, the first African American woman to have a solo show at New York City's Guggenheim museum and winner of the MacArthur Genius Grant, thinks art is really a shortcut to inner peace.

Artist Carrie Mae Weems Says Art Saved Her Life, And Yours Too

Carrie Mae Weems, the first African American woman to have a solo show at New York City's Guggenheim museum and winner of the MacArthur Genius Grant, thinks art is really a shortcut to inner peace.

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