In this conversation artist Bill Gaskins discusses his recent work The Cadillac Chronicles, which consists of photographic diptychs showing black men and their Cadillacs. Topics covered include how Gaskins came to the work; its reception, with an emphasis on how racial politics affects critics’, historians’, and viewers’ interpretation of it; and future plans for the work.

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