Oscar Murillo and Charles Henry Rowell | David Zwirner
A photo of Oscar Murillo at Hangar Studios, New York, in June 2019.

Oscar Murillo and Charles Henry Rowell

Season 2, Episode 5
On class, race, art, and the Colombian and African diasporas

Class, race, art—and the Colombian and African diasporas. The artist Oscar Murillo, who was awarded the 2019 Turner Prize together with the other short-listed artists, and Charles Henry Rowell, the founder and editor of Callaloo, the longest continuously running African American literary journal, hold an unpredictable conversation that is part history lesson and part personal history. 

The Turner Prize exhibition ran through January 12, 2020, at Turner Contemporary in Margate, UK. You can learn more about Callaloo here

Image: Oscar Murillo at Hangar Studios, New York, June 2019

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