Tim’m T. West has been trying to reconcile his masculinity with his homosexuality since he was a kid. Now the gay-identified hip-hop artist uses his music and prose to understand his relationship with his father and what it means to be a man.
When artist Hank Willis Thomas' cousin was killed over a decorative chain, Hank's life changed - and so did his art. By combining familiar images, like the NBA logo, with 19th century advertisements of slave auctions, Hank created a kind of social commentary on the commodification of the black male body and black-on-black violence. Also on the show: scamming the scammers.