WORKS ON VIEW IN THE C24 GALLERY ATRIUM
COBY KENNEDY, TAMMIE RUBIN, ABI SALAMI, AND MICHA SERRAF
WORKS ON VIEW
IN THE C24 ATRIUM
Now showing in our sublevel Atrium space, a curated selection of work by C24 Gallery artists Coby Kennedy and Tammie Rubin, along with pieces by Abi Salami and Micha Serraf, who recently exhibited in Impossible Things. Kennedy’s sculpture delves into the racially charged power dynamics operating in Black communities, while Rubin’s ceramics explore aspects of African-American history and culture through the more nuanced dual lens of materiality and abstraction. Salami’s bold and color-filled paintings track a new chapter in her evolving self-expression, as she documents the impact of being a Black woman living in New York City, far from her Nigerian roots. Micha Serraf’s serene tapestries illustrate a desire to reconnect with an ancestral homeland, in the wake of forced migration from Zimbabwe to South Africa. As a collection, the work represents a cross section of voices from the African Diaspora, investigating and celebrating identity, heritage and placemaking from four distinct narratives.
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