Little Gods Everywhere: Rachel Cargle and Danny Dunson on Black Art and Existence
Danny Dunson in his Chicago home featuring the art of Patrick Eugene, “Kept Awake,” 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Legacy Brothers LLC. Photograph by Bailey Ellis.
In this feature from Cultured Magazine, writer Rachel Elizabeth Cargle interviews curator Danny Dunson about how he approaches his curatorial work with dynamic intention. Dunson discusses his thoughts on the art world and how best to navigate it as a Black art professional. Additionally, Dunson shares how he is attempting to support and further the careers of Black artists, especially through his Legacy Brothers Lab.
“The biggest goal for me being an art historian, curator, writer and art advisor is to promote and demythisize any type of unbelief towards Black people’s humanity.” - Danny Dunson