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Lyle Ashton Harris: Exploring Identity in 'Our First and Last Love' at the Queens Museum

Lyle Ashton Harris

Associate Professor of Art Lyle Ashton Harris is featured in a New York Times article by Holland Cotter for his first New York survey, “Lyle Ashton Harris: Our First and Last Love,” at the Queens Museum. The exhibition showcases Harris's exploration of identity, race, and sexuality through diverse media, including photography, video, and installations.

Renowned for challenging societal norms, Harris’s work invites viewers to engage critically with contemporary issues, reflecting his commitment to creating art that is both deeply personal and widely resonant.

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