Stacy Robinson's 'Black Imaginings'Back >
July 26, 6 pm pm–September 7, 2019
Open Buffalo is happy to be a sponsor for this upcoming Buffalo Arts Studio exhibition!
Stacey Robinson's solo exhibition, "Black Imaginings" will feature large-scale digital images that explore representational justice informed by the work of W.E.D. Du Bois. Robinson’s work dismantles ideas of derogatory Black relations by distilling both form and content into bold, graphic representations.
Artist remarks will begin promptly at 6pm, with the opening reception from 5-8pm for M&T Fourth Friday at the Tri-Main Center. This exhibition will be on view from July 26-September 7, 2019.
Stacey Robinson and John Jennings of Black Kirby will present a new collaborative project, “Night Boy”, a graphic novel that tells the story of a 15 year old victim of police brutality who becomes a pawn in a supernatural power struggle, and a guardian of the City of Light. Jennings and Robinson will work with students to create original artwork inspired by Afrofuturism, social justice, representation, and fantasy