This week, you must go see Jacob Lawrence at Greg Kucera Gallery. It closes on Saturday. Featuring 50 works from the famed modernist artist and beloved Seattleite, it's probably one of the most comprehensive looks at Lawrence's work you're likely to see here in the city at this time (and for free, I might add). The exhibition includes 12 paintings, watercolors, colored pencil drawings as well as 38 prints from some of Lawrence's best-known series looking at Black historical events and subjects—The Legend of John Brown, The Life of Toussaint L'Ouverture suite, the Builders series, as well as individual prints. All are incredible and should be seen in real life.
by Jas Keimig
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