Ming Smith: An Aperture Monograph (Signed Edition)

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9.75 X 11.75 X 1.0 inches | 3.4 pounds

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About the Author

Emmanuel Iduma is a Nigerian writer, editor, publisher, and art critic. He is the co-founder of Saraba Magazine and the author of The Sound of Things to Come. He teaches in the MFA Art Writing Program at School of Visual Arts, New York City and divides his time between Lagos and NYC. Emmanuel is the author of A Stranger's Pose, a book of travel stories, which was longlisted for the 2019 Ondaatje Prize, and The Sound of Things to Come, a novel.
Janet Hill Talbert is a jewelry designer and former book editor living in New York. A publishing industry veteran who spent more than two decades as an editor, Talbert served as vice president at Doubleday and founded the African American book imprint Harlem Moon.
Ming Smith was born in Detroit and raised in Columbus, Ohio. A self-taught artist and former model, in the 1970s, she published her early work in The Black Photographers Annual. Smith's work has been collected by and presented in major museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, and Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York; Brooklyn Museum; National Museum of African American History and Culture, and National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC; and Serpentine Galleries, and Tate Modern, London. Beginning in 2017, her work was included in the celebrated traveling exhibitions We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965 - 85 and Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, as well as in Arthur Jafa's exhibition A Series of Utterly Improbable, Yet Extraordinary Renditions, which traveled from London to Berlin, Prague, Stockholm, and Porto, Portugal. In 2019, Smith's solo exhibition with Jenkins Johnson Gallery was awarded the Frieze Stand Prize at Frieze New York. Smith lives and works in New York.