Inter | Sectionality: Diaspora Art from the Creole City, is a bold, multidisciplinary curatorial collaboration and exploration of the emergence of the “Creole City” as a local, regional, and global phenomenon. Curated by Sanjit Sethi and Rosie Gordon-Wallace the exhibition is a collaboration that provides a lens through which communities and community leaders internationally can begin to better understand themselves, their diversity and their unlimited possibilities. The exhibition is presented at a time when diaspora artists and voices are challenging social justice, celebrating identities, and reaching and bridging communities through contemporary art and scholarship. The complexities and diversities represented by the exhibition are emergent and, in many cases, ascendant across the world.
Inter/Sectionality: Diaspora Art from the Creole City
Warhol acquires the first of several compact 35 mm cameras, and over the next 11 years shot approximately 130,000 black-and-white images, claiming that “having a few rolls of film to develop gives me a good reason to get up in the morning.”