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Rema Hort Mann Foundation

Ezra Wube

Ezra Wube I was born and raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and moved to the United States at 18. My idea of home and belonging

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Kenya (Robinson)

Kenya (Robinson) I am not a nice girl. I resist the performed ignorance of whiteness and reject blackness-as-victimhood; y’all know what you’re doing and we

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Kenny Rivero

Kenny Rivero I make paintings, drawings, I assemble sculptures and installations, and above all I am invested in telling stories. The narratives are based both

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Troy Michie

Troy Michie Because the human being is the connecting creature who must always separate and cannot connect without separating-that is why we must first conceive

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Leeza Meksin

Leeza Meksin My paintings and installations explore the uncomfortable in-between states between painting and sculpture, male and female, queer and straight, dressed and naked, traditional

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Motoko Fukuyama

Motoko Fukuyama Much like the spaghetti western films dramatized the America’s western frontier through foreign eyes, my work explores American culture from an outside perspective.

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M. Lamar

M. Lamar My work exists to re-member and pre-figure the black subject within landscapes oflonging and dehumanization endemic to imperialist white supremacist capitalistpatriarchy.And to mourn…

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Aaron Fowler

Aaron Fowler Pulling from reality and my imagination, my work affirms and memorializes importantfigures in marginalized and privileged communities I am a part of. The

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