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"Transatlantic Dialogue: Contemporary Art In and Out of Africa"
2000-12-05 until 2001-01-28
Tampa Museum of Art
USA United States of America
This exhibition offers the unique opportunity to discover
an exciting cultural dialogue at the crossroads where the
influences of Western and African art traditions intersect.
Despite the diversity of media, technique, and form,
these African and African America artworks and the artist
who created them are united by a rich network of
connections, exchanges, and associations.
the works of seven African artists: Skunder Boghossian,
Sokari Douglas Camp, Rashid Diab, Amir Nour, Moyo
Ogundipe, Moyo Okediji, and Outtara—and seven African
American artists: Jean-Michel Basquiat, John Biggers,
Jeff Donaldson, Yvonne Edwards-Tucker, Winnie
Owens-Hart, Charles Searles, and Al Smith. Paintings,
mixed media, sculpture, and ceramics reflect issues of
identity while expressing beauty, pulsating rhythms, and
a sense of improvisation among bursts of color and
quieter, more contemplative moments.
With Strings Part 2
Acrylic and mixed media on canvas.
Lent by The Broad Art Foundation,