When: Dec. 4-Jan. 30 2021
Shabazz Larkin is an African American Artist and Author. His practice of vandalizing photographs, overwhelming use of color and bold typography, at times feel like visual concepts better suited for the editorial section of Rolling Stone. This technique only veils Larkin’s true intention to explore societal issues of race, justice and religion. Shabazz is most known for his portraits that capture the beauty of resilience in black culture. The exhibition is open through January 30, 2021. We will follow updated State guidelines and allow six people in the gallery at a time for the health and safety of our community, volunteers and gallerists. Please wear a mask and practice social distancing.