Michael B. Platt and Carol A. Beane
Aired On: Jan 26, 2012
Michael B. Platt and Carol A. Beane discuss their work and various collaborations.
For the last 15 years, Michael B. Platt's artwork has explored digital imagery and book art collaborations with his poet wife, Carol A. Beane. His images typically represent life's survivors and reference history, in particular, that of the African diaspora.
His work is held in the permanent collections of many institutions such as the Corcoran Museum,...
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