Articles

  • Zoe Samudzi, Four Decades of Dawoud Bey , HYPERALLERGIC, March 2, 2020, PDF

  • Emily Wilson, How Photographer Dawoud Bey Captures the Truths of Black America, Daily Beast, March 2, 2020, PDF

  • The African-American experience, as photographed by Dawoud Bey, The Economist, February 20, 2020, PDF

  • Chandra Noyes, Dawoud Bey Photographs the American Experience, Art & Object, February 20, 2020, PDF

  • Leslie Katz, Black like Bey, San Francisco Examiner, February 19, 2020, PDF

  • Sarah Hotchkiss, Dawoud Bey's 'American Project' Creates a Tender Space for Blackness, KQED Arts, February 19, 2020, PDF

  • Matt Charnock, SFMOMA's 'An American Project' Showcases the Work Of Photographer Dawoud Bey, SFIST, February 18, 2020, PDF

  • AndrĂ© Wheeler, 'Blackness is not a straightjacket on the imagination': the photography of Dawoud Bey, The Guardian, February 17, 2020, PDF

  • In Dawoud Bey's Photography, the Past Isn't Past, Mother Jones, February 14, 2020, PDF

  • Charles Desmarais, Blackness is the Subject in Dawoud Bey's thoughtful, haunting SFMOMA show, SF Chronicle, February 12, 2020, PDF

  • Jonathan Curiel, Photos that Echo With Resolve and History: Four Questions from Dawoud Bey, SF Weekly, January 27, 2020, PDF

  • Dawoud Bey on Shooting Meaningful Portraits of Strangers, pdn, October 30, 2019, PDF

  • Max Lakin, When Dawoud Bey Met David Hammons, The New York Times, May 1, 2019, PDF

  • Alex Greenberger, Excerpts from City Slickers and Hot in Cleveland, ARTNEWS, July/Aug 2018, PDF

  • Maurice Berger, Escaping to Freedom, in the Shadows of the Night, New York Times, July 5, 2018, PDF

  • Leigh Raiford, Dawoud Bey, Aperture, June 2016, PDF

  • Review: Dawoud Bey's The Birmingham Project at the Birmingham Museum of Art, Burnaway.org, September 26, 2013, PDF

  • Michael Huebner, Exhibit Worth 1,000 Words, The Birmingham News, September 8, 2013, PDF

  • Catherine Farist, The Birmingham Project, Weld for Birmingham, September, 2013, PDF

  • Jonathan Curiel, Post-Traumatic: Recovering History Through Photos and Flying Books, SF Weekly, September 25, 2013, PDF

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