this book could become an essential primer in discussions about
exclusion, free speech, and the power of institutions in the art
world and outside it.-- "Publisher's Weekly"
Amazing--Steven Nelson "Director, UCLA African Studies Center, Professor of African and African American Art History"
An impressively nuanced exploration of the relationship between art and race in America.-- "Publishers Weekly"
Author Aruna D'Souza offers an uncensored look at the role black artists, activists, and their allies have played in forging more equitable practices within the field of contemporary art.--Nico Wheadon "The Brooklyn Rail"
If resistance can be welcomed at all, [D'Souza] is clearly striving to do so.--Tiana Reid "Garage"
Remarkable for its clarity, lightness of touch, fearlessness, and righteous research.--Laura Raicovich "Former Executive Director of Queens Museum"
Whitewalling is a laser beam of a book, unwavering and on target.--Jennifer Szalai "New York Times"
Whitewalling sets a generative precedent.--Harry Burke "ArtReview Asia"