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 Harold D. Smith  (1962 - )

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Lived/Active: Kansas      Known for: folk art

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Harold Smith is an African-American artist who lives and works in the "urban core" of Kansas City. His work is characterized by a strong emphasis on both obvious and subtle racial overtones. Smith often addresses the issues of the contemporary black urban existence, such as "thug life" and what he terms the "pseudo-empowerment of urban blacks (through negative imagery in the entertainment industry) that is used to perpetuate the cycle of black self destruction".

In 2001, Smith installed a highly controversial exhibition entitled "Red, White, and Black". One of his works "Black America" which used a dismembered and charred American flag superimposed upon a painted black canvas resulted in a local outcry.

Smith has also shown at the Yako Gallery and the Corridor Art Space in Kansas City. He is scheduled to show at the San Francisco Public Library in November of 2001.
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