Image 1 by Yanissa X

Yanissa X Q&A

The Black Gaze is relatable, humanistic, empathetic, authentic, truthful, inclusive, defiant.

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Image 1 by Henry Danner

Henry Danner Q&A

The Black gaze to me, means Black visual artists having the ability and ample opportunities to tell our own stories without the fear of not meeting the expectations of non-Black people.

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Jeff Boxill Q&A

The Black gaze is about the experiences that exist within each and every single one us. There are stories at every single corner.

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Image 1 by Brandon J. St. Jean

Brandon J. St. Jean Q&A

The Black gaze shows the importance and perspective of art and influence through Black individuals. It’s unapologetic in staying true to how our culture views and interprets ourselves.

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Magno Daniel Q&A

This question has come to me a few times, in many different contexts and places in the world and each time my answer is the same, the Black gaze, is the perception of ourselves and that also answers why it matters.

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Zaria Love Q&A

The Black gaze means an admiration of everything Black. Admiration that is not only external but also internal. Internally in regards to politics, culture, emotions, and mental illness. Overall, the Black Experience.

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