Amy Sherald on painting "everyday people"

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  • Published on Oct 18, 2019
  • An exhibition in New York City by the artist whose painting of Michelle Obama became a sensation features portraits of everyday models, and captures the private, inner lives of African Americans. "Sunday Morning" producer Sara Kugel reports.
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Comments • 12

  • June Bug
    June Bug Month ago

    I can't understand why her name isn't mentioned in the CBS summary of this video.

  • Gimme A Break
    Gimme A Break Month ago

    #throwup #ObamaTrans

  • yooser naime
    yooser naime Month ago +3

    When there's no possibility of a negative critique--as is the case with art created by under-represented minorities--all we can do is smile and applaud.

    • Donna Smith
      Donna Smith Month ago

      yooser naime well, it’s good that we have under-represented minorities to not critique as you are no longer permitted to create art outside your racial identity. We need to make sure that racial boundaries are strictly in place as this will only help with inclusion and understanding.

  • Bana Nana
    Bana Nana Month ago

    Boring just like Kehinde Whiley. Media kiss ups. Basquiat is still light years ahead of them

  • Okie Doke
    Okie Doke Month ago +2

    Affirmative action artist. She sucks but no one will say it due to her race.

  • Heron Cabo
    Heron Cabo Month ago

    Entra no meu canal ok da 👍

  • Heron Cabo
    Heron Cabo Month ago

    Lindos trabalhos delaok

  • Heron Cabo
    Heron Cabo Month ago

    Ficou lindo ok um bom dia abençoado por Deus 🙏🕊️🙏🙏🇧🇷 ótimo final de semana abençoado p todos vocês.parabens

  • பாண்டி ராஜா

    2:33 woooooow what a view im blessed

  • sunflower power
    sunflower power Month ago +1

    My she is fantastic at capturing the beauty of those everyday people so realistic... I hope someday she could do that for me and my family.

  • Cheryl R Leigh
    Cheryl R Leigh Month ago +2

    Simply spectacular. Sure hope Serena and Meghan are listening since she wouldn't need to ask me twice.