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Thanks for coming out to the Lord Baltimore Hotel. The talk featured NY-based artist Rashid Johnson and Collectors Mera and Don Rubell, with Cara Ober.

If you missed the event on May 27, never fear: You can listen to a complete podcast of the artist talk here in this post, or at the BmoreArt Soundcloud page. Learn all about being “dumb like a painter,” about how art collector couples “cheat” on each other, and what Post-Blackness actually means. Or doesn’t mean.

All photos from the event are from Justin Tsucalas from Plaid Photo.

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