Opening Thursday, November 11th, from 5PM - 6:30PM
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In dialogue with Gallery 400’s current exhibition, “Young, Gifted and Black,” exhibiting artist D’Angelo Lovell Williams and Chicago-based photographer Derrick Woods-Morrow convene for a conversation about their relationship with photography and performance. Williams stages poignant portraits exploring black queerness through affectionate encounters between friends, family, and self while Woods-Morrow employs the medium to manifest black queer futures. Moderated by Denny Mwaura, Gallery 400’s Public Programs Manager, the two artists discuss the performative aspects of making images outlined by kinship and friendship structures that chronicle black social life.
This program is free and closed captioning will be available.