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Screenprint with hand applied resist
Rashid Johnson is an American conceptual post-black artist born in Chicago in 1977. He is a painter, photographer and sculptor whose work is known for combining natural and spiritual sciences to depict and augment black history. In his early career he used an innovative photo printing process that gave his prints a textured finish reminiscent of paint, a process that led the New York Times to describe his work as “spectacularly rich”.