Exploring Passages Within the Black Diaspora

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Jan 16–March 19, Mondays–Thursdays and Saturdays–Sundays, ended Mar 19, 2020
Photographic Center Northwest Capitol Hill (Seattle)
(Brian Allen)
In this massive linkup of the Frye Art Museum, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Photographic Center Northwest, and independent curator Berette Macaulay, the cause célèbre is female-identifying photographers of the Black diaspora. This is courtesy of the MFON Collective (a journal and movement founded by artists Delphine Barrayn and Laylah Fawundu, and named after Nigerian American photographer Mmekutmfon “Mfon” Essien), which brings attention to photography rarely seen, celebrated, or critically engaged by the art world at large. At PCNW, work by these artists will be on display for viewers to take in. And cheers to that. by Jas Keimig

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Photographic Center Northwest

900 12th Ave Seattle, WA 98122 Venue website

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