The Urban Pharaohs Exhibition Urban Pharaohs is a homage to the dynamic legacy of Egyptian pharaonic culture and its correlation with hip-hop's iconography and manifestos. Urban Pharaohs is a mixed media exhibition that includes life size gold sculptures, assemblage, and a soundtrack. The exhibition is available for touring.
Rest With Honor Savannah is a historical social justice initiative. In Savannah, Georgia African Burial Grounds were redesigned as two public squares; renamed Whitefield Square and Calhoun Square. The latter in honor of John C. Calhoun, the former Vice President of the United States. Calhoun was fiercely pro-slavery and his philosophy and essays about white supremacy were the leading voice supporting terrorism and oppression against Black and indigenous people in America. His views became the foundation for the American Civil War.
Our goal is to have the City of Savannah: 1. Rename Calhoun Square. 2. Officially recognize Calhoun Square and Whitefield Square as African burial grounds. 3. Place official historical markers and memorials in both of the squares.
The Inspiration Exhibition Inspiration is a visual tour de force that salutes the social trajectory of Black women in America. The color environmental portraits artistically construct and examine the modern tableaux of gender, female empowerment, beauty, culture, and celebrity culture.
The exhibition showcases 30 color environmental portraits of today’s leading Black women: Laila Ali, Nicole Avant, Dr. Patricia Bath , Mary J. Blige, Janice Bryant Howroyd, Majora Carter, Debra Martin Chase, Misty Copeland, Ruby Dee, Marian Wright Edelman, Thelma Golden, Whoopi Goldberg, Bethann Hardison, Mellody Hobson, Iman, Judith Jamison, Gayle King, Patti LaBelle, Debra Lee, Soledad O’Brien, Shonda Rhimes, Shaun Robinson, Keke Palmer, Betye Saar, Nina Shaw, Raven Symone, Susan L. Taylor, Venus Williams.
The exhibition consists of (30) 20” x 24” (50.8 x 60.96 cm) mounted digital archival prints, with bio cards. The exhibition is available for touring.
The Flag Exhibition From 1995 to 2007 I traveled around the world photographing and interviewing people with the American flag. Through each person’s photographs and hand-written statements about America, the viewer becomes aware of the beauty, inequity and hope that have created the American cultural fabric. The culmination of my work are the two books and multimedia projects 'Flag: An American Story' and 'Flag International'.
The Flag exhibition consists of: (40) framed color digital archival prints (20 x 24" 50.8 x 60.96 cm), text panels, audio interviews, and a short documentary film.