BlackManWhiteBaby uses the self portrait to focus attention on the black body as a locus for the recognition of the lack of justice in American life and history. The presence of the white baby doll and the use of gender fluidity introduces a flexible, performative power to the work, allowing the artist to wield a powerful critique of cultural touchstones, which he then proceeds to demolish.
The remaining works in this new show will be posted on the day of the opening: January 15. Contact the gallery for a collector's preview.
Note: This exhibition is online only