Gio Swaby: Both Sides of the Sun
Both Sides of the Sun was an exploration of identity, more specifically, the intersections of Blackness and womanhood, and the ways in which this physical identity can serve as a positive force of connection and closeness, while also examining its imposed relationship to otherness.
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Adebunmi Gbadebo: Dilemma of Inheritance
Adebunmi Gbadebo’s, “A Dilemma of Inheritance” showcased the artist’s True Blue series which is comprised of more than 45 works that grapple with concepts surrounding heredity and the evolution of memory and forgetting focused on two former slave plantations in South Carolina, both named True Blue.
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The Path to Paradise: Judith Schaechter’s Stained-Glass Art
Looking at artist Judith Schaechter’s stained-glass panels has been described as a “thrilling and disorienting” experience, like “seeing an old master painting of a car crash.” Watch to learn more about the artist’s masterful practice and pioneering spirit. *Video by Floating Home Films
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Bisa Butler: Portraits @ The Katonah Museum of Art
Bisa Butler: Portraits is the first solo museum exhibition of the artist’s work and features her vivid and larger-than-life quilts that capture African American identity and culture.
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