Since the 1960s, multidisciplinary artist Howardena Pindell has been pushing the limits. She was one of the first women of color to curate at a major museum, an abstract painter when black artists were expected to represent their ideas figuratively, and overt about social and political issues when abstract artists where expected to produce work free of such “impurities”. She broke the boundaries of painting itself, using unconventional materials and techniques in her work from the beginning of her career. And she continues to challenge art world dogma as her career moves into its 6th decade. Join LookSEE for a conversation with Howardena Pindell and co-curators Valerie Cassel Oliver and Naomi Beckwith as they discuss Pindell's career and the current exhibition, Howardena Pindell: What Remains to Be Seen.