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The Contemporary Art Modern Project is pleased to announce In Living Color, an exhibition featuring works by American artist Emily Carris-Duncan and Ghanian artist Musah Swallah. In pairing Carris-Duncan’s blend of photography and textile work with Swallah’s vibrant portraiture style, In Living Color explores the concept of duality as truth. While the artists in this exhibition can be considered as opposites on a breadth of levels—gender, culture, nationality, experience, aesthetics—the exhibition is a precise and intentional consideration of them together in the context of duality. These artists and the works selected for this exhibition foster transnational narratives, arguing that the concept of duality is not simply a balance of opposing forces, rather an investigation of how defiance, memory, discomfort, and joy are necessary in society.
The exhibition will be open to the public beginning Tuesday, September 26th, and will run through October 14th physically in our gallery. The show will remain online for the remainder of the year for those who cannot make it to our physical space. If you are in the Miami area... please join us a Curator Talk will be held on Wednesday, October 11th from 7–9 PM by Maria Gabriela Di Giammarco and Chloe Fabien.
791 NE 125th ST