The study defends the position of Kara Walker in her artwork. Kara Walker, a modern African-American artist, is also known for thee research of gender, race, and stereotype and determines all over the history of America. Kara Walker is also best in the wide-ranging tableaux of painting outlines amidst "black and white pastoral landscape". She often presents harrowing and also brutal imagery; she provocatively demonstrates the nation`s origin of enslavement in the "antebellum South". She states that "I didn`t want a completely passive viewer". For Walker, "art means too much to me". In order to be capable to eloquent something perceptively is really a crucial thing; Kara Walker described that she want to mainly make her art where the observer would not skip away, "he would giggle nervously, get involved into history and fiction, as well as into something completely demeaning and probably very beautiful" (Botescu-Sire?eanu). Kara Walker achieved success just after completing school; she became the youngest beneficiary of the "MacArthur Fellowship". She presents that "A historical romance of a civil war as it mainly occurred between the Dusky Thighs of One Young Negress and Her Heart" was perceived as an initial instance of her hallmark style. Kara Walker mainly influenced by Adrian Piper as well as Lorna Simpson, she constantly employs beauty ideals and feminism, as observed in Kara Walker`s monumental and great sugar sculpture" A subtlety", and the "Marvellous Sugar Baby", which represented a dark woman mainly as a "sphinx" at the earlier domino the factory of sugar in Brooklyn (van der Elsen). At present, Kara Walker works and lives in New York City. Her works are presented in the "London`s Tate Gallery", Minneapolis art centre, and also in "The Museum of Modern art.
Botescu-Sire?eanu, Ileana. "Kara Walker and the Visual Discourse of the Other in the Contemporary American arts: Walls, Borders, Transgressions." Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Bra?ov, Series IV: Philology & Cultural Studies 11.1 (2018): 133-142.
Van der Elsen, M. W. J. "Educating America on Race: Absurdist Humor as Critical Public Pedagogy in the Works and Performances of Kara Walker, Dave Chappelle, and Jordan Peele." (2020).