Zoё Charlton creates drawings, videos, and sculptures that examine issues of gender and race. She is best known for her large-scale drawings of sexualized bodies of black women or nude white male figures that explore the ironies of contemporary social and racial politics. Charlton lives and works in Baltimore and is Associate Professor Department of Art at American University. In conversation with James Sham, Assistant Professor of Sculpture at George Washington University. In collaboration with the George Washington University with support from the Phillips International Forum.
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