A Contemporary Black Matriarchal Lineage in Printmaking
“Like our foremothers, Black women printmakers have used the tools in our hands to create visual languages that tell the stories of our past, present, future and the in-between spaces within fractal time. A Contemporary Black Matriarchal Lineage in Printmaking explores the narratives of 9 contemporary Black women printmakers, living in the United States of America, who have shaped a place for themselves. Utilizing the elements of art, in an improvisational style, each printmaker shares matriarchal perspectives on Black interiority."
- Tanekeya Word
Featuring Works By:
Tanekeya Word, Delita Martin, LaToya Hobbs, Lisa Hunt, Ann Johnson, Karen J Revis, Chloe Alexander, Sam Vernon, and Stephanie Santana