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Cut down in his prime, Noah Davis was only 32 when he died of cancer in 2015, but he left behind a significant body of figurative paintings. Employing soft sensuous brushwork, Davis portrays African-Americans engaged in daily routines—slices of the everyday that seem dream-like or trapped in limbo. Quiet yet also vaguely ominous, Davis’s work takes an understated approach to capturing the insidious presence of racism in the lives of ordinary black people.