This summer, Concord Art had planned to mount an exhibition called (un)seen curated by artist Keith Morris Washington. Because of the pandemic, we rescheduled the show for next year.
At the time of planning, we knew this exhibition about racism was important. But its importance has become more urgent during the events of the past weeks, as our nation has grieved and taken to the streets to demand change.
In light of this social unrest, we have decided to begin the conversation now by sharing a part of Keith’s show this summer to be continued in the summer of 2021.
This series of large-scale drawings is called Black Lives . . .