Letter to the Editor: A Response to Review of ‘Power’ at Sprüth Magers in Los Angeles

Installation view of “Power: Work By African American Women From The Nineteenth Century To Now,” curated by Todd Levin, 2017, at Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles. ROBERT WEDEMEYER/COURTESY SPRÜTH MAGERS The following letter was submitted by Andrianna Campbell in response to a review of “Power” at Sprüth Magers in Los Angeles by Catherine G. Wagley , published July 7, 2017, with the title “At Sprüth Magers in Los Angeles, a Necessary—and Immensely Flawed—Exhibition Showcased Black Women Artists.” “The show, curated by the art advisor Todd Levin, who is white…” —Catherine G. Wagley A Letter to the Editor from Andrianna Campbell, who is black. 1 On Tuesday, I received an email from a friend with a gentle message stating the exhibition “Power” at Sprüth Magers in Los Angeles received a bad review in ARTnews that included a mention of my name because I contributed the catalogue essay. I told my friend [...]