Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Marlon Troy Riggs (February 3, 1957 – April 5, 1994) was a black gay filmmaker, educator, poet, and activist. He produced, wrote, and directed several documentary films, including Ethnic Notions, Tongues Untied, Color Adjustment, and Black Is...Black Ain't. His films examine past and present representations of race and sexuality in the United States. The Marlon Riggs Collection is housed at Stanford University Libraries.
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Works

2 works online

Exhibitions

Publications

  • Grace Wales Bonner: Dream in the Rhythm Exhibition catalogue, Hardcover, 184 pages
  • Signals: How Video Transformed the World Exhibition catalogue, Paperback, 188 pages
  • Among Others: Blackness at MoMA Hardcover, 488 pages
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