“Displacement” is an exhibition of Ainsley Burrows’ large-scale paintings, which are influenced by his upbringing in Kingston, Jamaica, and Brooklyn, NY. Burrows’ artistic practice employs two distinct methodologies, NeoChaos and Raktism, each characterized by specific visual techniques and thematic concerns. NeoChaos explores the echoes of history that continue to shape the present, while Raktism reflects the complex and unpredictable flow of time. Burrows’ recent work focuses on immigration and seeks to challenge dominant narratives of marginalization and exclusion faced by immigrants. The exhibition invites viewers to engage with the emotional landscape of migration and explore the artist’s powerful exploration of identity, culture, and history.

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Add to Calendar 20230402 America/New_York 2438 18th Street, NW Washington DC 20009 Displacement