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Jarrett Min Davis: Survey of the Land at SubBasement Studios Friday, May 16

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There’s an old Billie Holiday song called “Strange Fruit,”about the lynching of African Americans in the Deep South. In a drawing of the same title by Korea-born artist Jarrett Min Davis, the dead bodies hang from a tree like shadows of Billie’s voice. Davis’s work loves to poke at native cultures, teasing old images into new relationships for unexpected meanings.

SHOWING: MAY16 – JUNE 7
ART TALK: FRIDAY MAY 16, 2008 6:00PM

ARTIST RECEPTION WITH SELECT WINES FROM BIN604: 6:30 PM – 8:00PM

GALLERY HOURS: SUNDAY-FRIDAY appointments anytime
SATURDAY 11AM- 5PM

SUB-BASEMENT ARTIST STUDIOS
118 NORTH HOWARD STR, BALTIMORE, MD 21201 US
www.sbastudios.com

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