Honored to have my work included in Hycide Magazine: The Art Issue. The guest editor is curator Shantrelle P. Lewis. I was interviewed by Dr. David J. Leonard for the article, in which we discussed my artwork in the context of white artists addressing white privilege.
Akintola Hanif is the founder and editor-in-chief of Hycide Magazine, Carrie Stetler is managing editor, and Jamel Shabazz is the creative director. Contributing writer Michael A. Gonzales wrote a piece about Romare Bearden. There is also an essay by Greg Tate on Afro-Futurism. Read the article and order a magazinehere.
Email: SBroughelStudio@gmail.com In her artwork, Suzanne Broughel explores issues of race – particularly the construct of whiteness and its implications towards being a raced individual. She has been a participant at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Triangle Artists Workshop, The New Museum R&D Seminar, The Art & Law Program and The Aljira Emerge Program. Her fellowships include New York Foundation for the Arts (sculpture), AIR Gallery and the Laundromat Project: Create Change. She has exhibited at P.S.1/MOMA, Marlborough Gallery, Columbia University, and Longwood Gallery, among other spaces. Broughel is a member of the tART Collective.