Interrogating the prominent but clumsy role of Black art in Sex and the City sequel

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The cast of "Sex And The City" ("The Caste System" episode). From l-r: Kristin Davis, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Sarah Jessica Parker. (1999 Paramount Pictures)
The cast of "Sex And The City" ("The Caste System" episode). From l-r: Kristin Davis, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Sarah Jessica Parker. (1999 Paramount Pictures)

Gallery openings. Restaurant guest lists. Manolo Blahnik shoes. The refusal to use subways in Manhattan. Spacious, well-lit upper East Side apartments. Elite luxury. Access, excess and success. These are the words that would best describe the Sex and the City series centred around the lives of four cis-gendered white women, based in Manhattan, New York. 

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