Nicole R. Fleetwood

Photo of Nicole R. FleetwoodPhoto | Bayeté Ross SmithNicole R. Fleetwood is Professor of American Studies and Art History at Rutgers University. Her work on art and mass incarceration has been featured at the Aperture Foundation and the Zimmerli Museum of Art and her exhibitions have been praised by The Nation, the New York Times, The New Yorker, and the Village Voice. She is the author of On Racial Icons and the prizewinning Troubling Vision.

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Cover: Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass IncarcerationMarking Time: Art in the Age of Mass IncarcerationFleetwood, Nicole R.HARDCOVER04/28/2020$39.95
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