Dodging the Devil I by Braylen Dion
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TRNK presents Resistance :: Resilience - an exhibition of contemporary Black protest art that celebrates the strength, triumph, and beauty of Black identity and activism. A portion of proceeds with be donated to The Black Youth Project.
From the seminal photojournalism of Gordon Parks to Amy Sherald’s recent portrait of the late Breonna Taylor, contextualizing the history of Black art as activism offers a paradoxically sobering, yet arousing reaction to our current state. This exhibition communicates not one truth about Black identity, but confronts the multiplicity intrinsic to centuries of resistance — and as importantly, the resilience that furthers our unfettered pursuit of self-actualization and equality.
25% of the proceeds from Resistance :: Resilience will donated to the Black Youth Project - a member-based organization, elected by the participating artists, of Black youth activists creating justice and freedom for all Black people.
This photo is titled "Dodging the Devil I" by Braylen Dion. This series is inspired by Mereba's poem, "Dodging the Devil" from her album The Jungle is the Only Way Out.
Medium: Moab Lasal Photo
Framing: Unframed, Black, or White
Edition Size: 100
Print Dimensions: Variable
Frame Dimensions: .75" W x 1.25" D
Paper Type: Moab Lasal Photo
Frame: Wood & 99% UV Acrylic
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