Featuring work by Ethiopian painter Amare S. Worku and Nigerian new media photographer Gabriel C. Amadi-Emina, this exhibition maps the architectures of assimilation that contemporary African artists and curators build as they establish a new discourse upon moving to the U.S. and Europe. It investigates the hybrid identities of two practitioners working in territories where white culture is the majority. Curated by Fitsum Shebeshe, M.F.A. candidate in MICA’s curatorial arts program and the first recipient of the George Circle Scholarship.
The exhibition will be open from November 2 to 22 in the Segal Gallery. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-4:30 pm.
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