St. Louis multimedia artist Kahlil Irving is only 25, but he’s enjoying a level of success many artists never see.
Much of his work, which challenges Western constructs of identity and culture, is now being shown from coast to coast. Irving embraces the rush of recognition and is enjoying being “on top.” But his work, and even his successes, conjure up issues from the past.
In our latest Cut & Paste podcast, we talk with Irving about his art-making and the personal stories that inform his work.
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The podcast is sponsored by JEMA Architects, Planners and Designers.
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