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Richard Stuart Perkins: If Ancestors Anchor
April 1 - May 30
New York artist Stuart Perkins photographs himself in scenes of reductive tropes of black culture, using racially charged props and tableaux. Perkins’ images attempt to reason with racism, appropriation, and assimilation, inviting viewers to examine their own assumptions.
While the gallery is closed to the public during the stay-at-home order, this exhibition can be viewed online through our website and Artsy, and a video of the artist discussing this work is available in our IGTV program, TOGETHER, APART.