The most important black woman sculptor of the 20th century deserves more recognition
Keisha N. Blain

Every time I read something about Augusta Savage I am heart-broken again that so much of her work was lost. We have photos, yes, but there’s something necessarily tactile about sculpture that’s lost in two dimensions.

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