A tale of two covers at Condé Nast – Columbia Journalism Review

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Recently, Dario Calmese, a Black artist, photographed the actress Viola Davis for the cover of Vanity Fair. The cover was released yesterday. The photo that adorns it is based on “The Scourged Back,” an image, from 1863, of Gordon, a man who escaped slavery and whose back had been lacerated by whipping. Davis re-created Gordon’s […]

Source: A tale of two covers at Condé Nast – Columbia Journalism Review

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