It comes as no surprise that controversy seems to surround Kara Walker's work wherever she goes. I have never understood peoples need to censor or stifle artistic expression but in Kara Walker's case the controversy has worked in her advantage and she has become the most well known female African American artists of our time. The latest attack on Walker is as empty and ridiculous as prior allegations. This seems more like a group of angry mothers at a PTA meeting, than intelligent art criticism. When has art ever been accused of being fair? NEVER. I think Kara Walker's work is important and her narrative extraordinary, for people to ask her to stop hogging the spotlight is absurd! She earned her position, and anyone who has ever experienced her emotionally charged work first hand knows it. I think that these artists who are upset about the iconic status that Walker has been awarded, need to readjust their criticism and aim it back at themselves. Jealousy is a useless emotion and they should use that energy to improve their own work. Anybody else agree?