Storytellers is an exhibit of two Baltimore artists – Jeffrey Kent and Rachel Bone, two Philadelphia artists – Josh Weiss and Nicole Barrick, and two New York artists – Ridley Howard and Saya Woolfalk. This show was curated by Cara Ober, Dana Reifler, and Rudy Shepherd. It included not just paper, but also painting, and a video by Woolfalk called ‘Ethnography of No Place.’
Drawings by Ridley Howard and Rachel Bone
Drawings by Josh Weiss
Mysterious Knife by Nicole Barrick
Nicole Barrick – I LOVE this one!
Drawing by Ridley Howard, in foreground
Paintings by Josh Weis and Work on Paper by Nicole Barrick
Painting by Jeffrey Kent ‘Justify My Thug’
Drawings by Rachel Bone
Dana Reifler, Rudy Shepherd, and Cara Ober
Josh Weis, Amy, and Dana
Dana and Nicole Barrick
Rachel Bone, on the right
Rudy Shepherd and Rick Dulaney
Dana Reifler, Jeffrey Kent, and Amy Sherald
Sarah Nix and Jason Pastrana from The Light Gallery, new friends up the street.
Martin's mixed media works present the strength of spiritual ancestors and place questions about beauty and race into daily consciousness
Walking through Delita Martin's solo exhibition, Calling Down The Spirits, felt like I was flipping through my grandmother’s photo albums, seeing intimate details of people that I could never know: a turn of the neck, an upward cast of an eye.
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