Gio Swaby: Both Sides of the Sun
“I consider my work to be love letters to Black women,” states Swaby. “My work operates within the context of understanding love as liberation, a healing, and restorative force. These works celebrate personal style, resilience, strength, beauty, individuality, and imperfections.”
Love Letters For Harlem
Love Letters for Harlem an exhibition of photographs by John Pinderhughes, Ruben Natal SanMiguel, Jeffrey Henson Scales and Shawn Walker. Love Letters for Harlem showcases the talents of these four Harlem-based photographers and their work that celebrates the lives and culture of Harlem.
Barbara Earl Thomas: The Geography of Innocents @ Seattle Art Museum
Barbara Earl Thomas draws from history, literature, folklore, and biblical stories to address what she calls the plagues of our day, from pervasive violence against Black men and youth to gun violence to the climate crisis.
Gabi Trinkaus new series of works
explore the amazingly detailed collage works of Gabi Trinkaus. Tapestries of our time constructed of newspaper ads and flyers
I imagine myself as an Urban Shaman exploring both my familiar visible world and the hidden dimensions of other realms that lurk beneath the surface of daily life. The sense of personal cosmology in my practice grows from both experiencing and observing the details of everyday life and ritual.