Of this photograuve, artist Lorna Simpson said: "My work over the past few months is about looking: looking, but not being close enough to know exactly what you're seeing, but piecing together what it is that you see."
Selina Román's photographs have a keen sense of the unique surfaces and textures of her native state. For her 2016 series Please Disturb, hotel and motel rooms served as her temporary studio and models served as her collaborators.
The Ringling's Director of Collections, Marian Carpenter, discusses the role of museums in recording and sharing the history of the Civil Rights Movement, and as a place for inclusive discussion and expression. Photographs from The Ringling's collection present a look at the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.