Chez Baldwin

James Baldwin’s house in the South of France serves as a powerful lens to explore his life and works. From 1971 to 1987, his home in St. Paul de Vence was his permanent, vibrant abode and an important social center for artists and intellectuals from Europe, Africa, America, and around the world.
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Jesus' Hair Like Wool

In 2019, the Last Supper Sculpture was rediscovered behind a temporary dry wall at the Studio Acting Conservatory, formerly New Home Baptist Church, in the Columbia Heights community in Washington, D.C., it ignited and renewed cultural conversations concerning the centering of Black life in general, and Black religious life in particular.
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