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Watching @phillipsauction  sell Titus Kaphar for $150k hammer over $60k high est and Matthew Wong for $690k hammer over $80k high est.

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"I believe there is beauty in hearing the voices of people who haven't been heard." — artist Titus Kaphar@Gagosian )

TODAY on q with host @tompowercbc : visual artist Titus Kaphar | q This music panel with @AHarmonyMusic  and @LisachristCBC  | @Realwheels  founding artistic director James Sanders and his son, Max | DJ @deadmau5  |

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Artist Titus Kaphar's painting, Analogous Colors, is on the cover of @TIME  magazine this week. It depicts a Black mother holding the empty silhouette of her child. He joined @tompowercbc  to tell us more about its symbolism.

“Must I accept that this is what it means to be Black in America?” titus kaphar'>Artist Titus Kaphar on painting TIME's George Floyd cover

“Must I accept that this is what it means to be Black in America?” titus kaphar'>Artist Titus Kaphar on painting TIME's George Floyd cover

Artist Titus Kaphar's painting Analogous Colors has been used for TIME Magazine cover, in honour of George Floyd and other victims | @arts24_sa 

The cover is painted by artist Titus Kaphar and shows an African-American mother holding her missing child.

The cover is painted by artist Titus Kaphar and shows an African-American mother holding her missing child.

The cover is painted by artist Titus Kaphar and shows an African-American mother holding her missing child.

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“In her expression, I see the black mothers who are unseen, and rendered helpless in this fury against their babies,” writes artist Titus Kaphar

“Must I accept that this is what it means to be Black in America?” titus kaphar'>Artist Titus Kaphar on painting TIME's George Floyd cover

TIME has never put names in the red border. But this week, the names of 35 black women and men killed by systemic racism are listed in our border, surrounding this masterful painting by Titus Kaphar. Read this fantastic cover story by @aaltman82 

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“In her expression, I see the black mothers who are unseen, and rendered helpless in this fury against their babies,” writes artist Titus Kaphar

“In her expression, I see the black mothers who are unseen, and rendered helpless in this fury against their babies,” writes artist Titus Kaphar

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