Visitor Survey by Rosten Woo. Photo by Paul Gargagliano of Hazel Photo, Courtesy of Daniel Tucker.
Urban Space Jockeys by Amber Art & Design. Photo by Paul Gargagliano of Hazel Photo, Courtesy of Daniel Tucker.
Organize Your Own artists and collaborators. Photo by Paul Gargagliano of Hazel Photo, Courtesy of Daniel Tucker.
I Used To Be A White American by Robby Herbst. Photo by Paul Gargagliano of Hazel Photo, Courtesy of Daniel Tucker.
Artist and organizer Daniel Tucker's Center-funded exhibition Organize Your Own: The Politics and Poetics of Self-Determination Movements will open with a series of newly commissioned performances by theater artist Thomas Graves, performance artist Jennifer Kidwell, poet and Pew Fellow Frank Sherlock, poet Marissa Johnson-Valenzuela, and performance artist Salem Collo-Julin.
On view through February 17, the exhibition will include works by Mary Patten (Chicago), Dave Pabellon (Chicago), Works Progress with Jayanthi Kyle (Minneapolis), Dan S Wang (Madison), Rosten Woo (Los Angeles), Robby Herbst (Los Angeles), Irina Contreras (Oakland), Matt Neff (Philadelphia), and Amber Art & Design (Philadelphia).
Organize Your Own is an exhibition and event series presented by Daniel Tucker that addresses historical and contemporary questions of equity, justice, and race relations. The exhibition invites contemporary artists to respond to archival materials relating to the cross-racial social movements organized by white southerners who migrated to northern cities in the 1960s and 70s.
This is a free event, RSVP on Facebook.