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Transparency Shade: Seeing Through the Shadow 

When: Fri., April 7, 5-8 p.m. 2017
Phone: 314-696-8678
Price: Free
Transparency Shade: Seeing Through the Shadow is a group exhibition of two-and three-dimensional artwork that conveys post-identity semiotics, or the use and interpretation of visual and linguistic signs and symbols that function to form identity. The artists in this exhibition use cultural appropriation and hybrid materials to articulate the concept, engaging with and also problematizing such appropriation to investigate how meaning is and has been created in a postcolonial world. The exhibition is curated by Modou Dieng and features artists Philip Aguirre y Otegui, Zoe Buckman, Kendell Carter, Kahlil Irving, Ayana V Jackson, Michael Riedel and Hank Willis Thomas.



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