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Presidential portraits

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Barack and Michelle Obama unveiled their official portraits at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington on Monday. Painted by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald respectively, they are the first official presidential portraits by African American artists

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Official Portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald | Colossal

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., which was created in 1962 by an Act of Congress, is the only location outside of the White House with a collection of portraits of former United States Presidents. Today, Barack and Michelle Obama unveiled their likenesses, created by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald, respectively. The Obamas selected the artists—Wiley and Sherald are the first African American artists to be commissioned for presidential portraits. More

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The focal piece, a stained glass triptych by Kehinde Wiley is spectacular. At 55 feet long, the three panels in Wiley’s unique take on traditional European ceiling frescoes celebrate the Black and Latino youth of the city as angels or saints in the vivid blue, cloud-filled sky. The vibrant colors and the kinetic figures give such a boost of light and dazzling energy to the famed former Penn Station, which was tragically demolished in 1963. Photo: Garrett Ziegler / CC-BY-SA-3.0
“I think that my job as a citizen of the modern world is to make painting alive, to make stuff matter for now, and to see things and people like myself pictured in painting. Ultimately what we want is to be recognized as having mattered, having been on this earth and someone took the time and energy to mark that down.” – Kehinde Wiley
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