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EXHIBITION: Three Artists Set To Celebrate Black History Month

Behold; oil, charcoal, glue sponge rubber on canvas by Nwanne

Black Soliloquy is the theme of an art exhibition, which opens for public viewing on Saturday, February 5, at the Urevbu Contemporary Art Gallery in South Main Arts District, Memphis, Tennessee, USA, will feature new paintings by Jimmy Nwanne, Omari Booker and Birhane Worede. 

According to the organizers, Urevbu Contemporary Art Gallery: “Black Soliloquy is a celebration of Black art across the globe, bringing together the work of a trio of artists from the United States, Nigeria, and Ethiopia. Deeply human, their figurative paintings reveal the diverse and rich spectrum of Black experiences and Black histories.

“Like the dramatic device from which the exhibition draws its title, their paintings may be viewed through the lens of contemplative, introspective discourse. In applying paint to canvas, these artists give external expression to interior thoughts and construct images out of ideas.”

Black Soliloquy runs till Monday, February 28, 2022.

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