Washington in the 1970s: Art and politics

Sam Smith - In the 1970s, art in Washington was more than just something you used to decorate the walls of big law firms. It was central to the city's culture and politics. Among its practitioners was Gaston Neal, dubbed "the most important unpublished poet in America," by Amiri Baraka. Neal was an activist as … Continue reading Washington in the 1970s: Art and politics