Naima Green: The FRONTRUNNER Interview

Naima GreenChukwumaa, Vermont Studio Center (2015)from the 'Jewels of the Hinterland' seriesArchival pigment printCourtesy of the artist

What does it mean to exist in a time and place? To belong to it? On a brisk winter’s day, Brooklyn-based artist Naima Green met me in Manhattan to ponder this and other questions. Best known for her photographic portraits, Green has a patient, thoughtful energy that belies a quietly radical and kaleidoscopic vision. Last summer, her series of portraits ...

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