Selected from a body of art amassed over thirty-five years, Memories and Inspiration: The Kerry and C. Betty Davis Collection of African American Art is an eclectic gathering of pieces crossing different mediums, subjects, and styles by a group of artists of the African Diaspora who—in terms of training, experience, and expression—are strikingly diverse but unified in their use of cultural and historical narratives. [READ MORE]
Lwando and Odwa have come a long way together, both literally and figuratively! Dancers from South Africa, the duo first met over twelve years ago and have been friends ever since. We recently caught up with the pair to hear more about their exchange experience in San José and what’s next for these talented dancers. [READ MORE]
IA&A is delighted to reveal our newest project with Carol Brown Goldberg. For the past two years, she’s been hard at work creating larger-than-life paintings and drawing for her new series, Entanglement. Our thoughtful design emphasizes the intricacy of Goldberg’s work by including both the full view and a close up of every piece in the exhibition. [READ MORE]
Join us for IA&A at Hillyer’s May exhibitions featuring Drift by Carrie Fucile and Objectual Abstractions, a retrospective of works by Emilio Cavallini presented in partnership with the Embassy of Italy in Washington, DC and the Italian Cultural Institute. The exhibitions will be on view May 4th through May 27th. [READ MORE]
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