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Red Summer and Manifest at Duke University

Manifest exhibition at the Archive of Documentary Arts, Rubenstein Library, Duke University February 17 to June 3, 2018 Location: Rubenstein Photography Gallery Artist talk and reception at the Center for Documentary Studies, Feb 21, 2018 – 6:00 p.m. Red Summer exhibition at the Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University February 21 to June 2, 2018  Location: Lyndhurst […] Read More

Manifest Exhibition at Blue Star Contemporary in San Antonio

Images from the Manifest portfolio are exhibited at Blue Star Contemporary in San Antonio, Feb 1 – May 6, 2018. I will be at Blue Star for various events on March 22, 2018 […] Read More

Manifest on HyperAllergic

Special thanks to Amy Brummer, the Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) and the Paul Robeson House for making these new works and the projection project a reality. The project was made possible with the support of the Anne Reeves Artist-in-Residency. Ilene Dube has a recent article on HyperAllergic about the Manifest / Robeson House project […] Read More

Paul Robeson House Project, Princeton, NJ

https://www.youtube.com/embed/lJvU_Xz4CFs A collaborative project supported by the Anne Reeves Artist-in-Residence, the Arts Council of Princeton, and the Paul Robeson House. These artifacts were removed from the Robeson House, photographed, and projected back onto the structure. Projections each evening Oct 20 – Nov 25, 2017 […] Read More

Manifest Portfolio in Southern Cultures

 Selected images from the Manifest Portfolio appear in the current issue of Southern Cultures from the Center for the Study of the American South at UNC Press. Thanks to Ayse Erginer, Emily Wallace, Emma Calabrese, and Lisa McCarty […] Read More

Two Projects at Arts Council of Princeton, NJ

Exhibition begins Oct 20, Lecture Nov 9 at 7pm Images of objects from the Robeson House will be projected onto the side wall of the house each evening beginning at dusk. Selected prints from the project are on display at ACP’s Solley Theater Lobby. These works were created with support from the 2017 Anne Reeves […] Read More

Haunted Places: The Veil of Race in the American Landscape

Currently, selected works from two projects, Red Summer and Schools for the Colored, are joined for the exhibition Haunted Places: The Veil of Race in the American Landscape at the Heuser Art Gallery of Bradley University. On October 13, 2017 at 5:30pm I will deliver the Bunn Lectureship in Photography at Bradley University which is also […] Read More

Houston Race Riot 1917 #CampLogan

On August 23, 1917 black soldiers stationed at Camp Logan, in Houston, TX became embroiled in a deadly riot with local police and white civilians who still did not recognize their military service as a basis for equal rights in Jim Crow America. The plaque, posted near the site where the soldiers were stationed (one of […] Read More

#RedSummer #Chicago July, 27, 1919 #raceriot

A plaque near this location reads: “Sunday July 27, 1919 a group of boys rafting on Lake Michigan drifted over an invisible racial barrier. Rocks were thrown from the breakwater and Eugene Williams was struck. His drowning sparked a week-long race riot that resulted in scores of deaths and injuries.” […] Read More

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