Museum of the African Diaspora

Exterior view of MoAD at night.
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Museum of the African Diaspora

  • DAMIEN MILLER / Sapientstudios.c
    2015 MoAD Gala
    Exterior view of MoAD at night.
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    After the Thrill is Gone exhibition
    Interior image of the exhibition After the Thrill is Gone. The exhibition discusses how fashion shapes narratives of representation, identity, and memory. The artists included use fashion as a political language and reinterpret the historical terrain of South Africa.
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    Digitalia exhibition
    An interior image of the exhibition Digitalia. The exhibition explores the relationships between techology, identity, and evolving narratives. The works in this show ask important questions about how digital art can be both reproduced and redefine notions of blackness.
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    Grace Jones exhibition
    An interior image of an exhibition, in 2016, entitled The Grace Jones Project. The exhibition explored the influence of model, actress, and singer Grace Jones. The exhibition brought together more than twenty works by an intergenerational group of artists working primarily in photography, video, and performance.
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    A Matter of Fact exhibition
    An interior image of an exhibition, in 2017, entitled A Matter of Fact. The exhibition presented a new body of work from Toyin Ojih Odutola. With vibrant pastel and charcoal drawings developed out of her unique pen ink and pencil style, Ojih Odutola presents a meditation on the expression and constructs of wealth.
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    A Matter of Fact exhibition
    An second interior image of A Matter of Fact.
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