Photo courtesy of LatchKey Gallery
LatchKey Gallery is a nomadic contemporary art gallery that looks to re-imagine the brick and mortar via intimately curated exhibitions, salon series, and events by partnering with various spaces around NYC. It is hosting a group exhibition curated by Tamecca Seril from now till 20 March 2021.
Entitled "Last Supper", the exhibition elevates and honours the voices of Black Women through a contemporary and metaphoric table. It is a celebration of fellowship which considers a deep history of Black Woman artists’ finding solace in one another and organizing and materializing movements through radical thinking, innovation, and experimentation within and out of the art establishment.
Last Supper is made possible through the works of twelve Black female artists, who explore themes of representation and cultural histories, experiences, and perceptions across multiple mediums. They include Ariel Dannielle, Ashante Kindle, Dana Robinson, Dominique Duroseau, Jennifer Mack-Watkins, Josie Love Roebuck, Nkechi Ebubedike, Kimberly Becoat, LaToya Hobbs, Turiya Magadlela, Ify Chiejina and Shervone Neckles.
Contact LatchKey Gallery (https://www.latchkeygallery.com/) for an appointment to view the exhibition at 323 Canal Street, NYC.