In the vein of post-black art contemporaries such a Glenn Ligon, Imhotep's work is a commentary on racial matters and the black experience, yet at the same time dispels the notion that race matters as life is consistently challenged and the very concept is a universal precept.
“I am just a Yorùbá man and a mortal; a vessel sharing his philosophies and journeys with all; for a better enlightened future for humanity - socially, morally, economically, and spiritually”
Prince Adetomia A. Gbadebo
Tues - Sat. noon - 7pm
Sunday by appointment
Eric Yevak’s atmospheric works evoke meditative qualities that war between logical, systematic progression and rebellion. His work is a belief in struggle as a form of enlightenment. His multi-faceted practice cultivates a sense of surface, texture and tone. The pieces act as visual solutions to his own curiosities and meditations on the concept of purity in conflict.
Painter and emerging curator Shaina McCoy brings together an eclectic group of young visual and hip-hop artists from around the Twin Cities. Each artist - born into and nurtured by hip-hop, celebrates the culture through art.
McCoy collaborates with musical talents Lucien Parker, Radio Ahlee and Dramuzic to set the backdrop for mixed media artist Hawwa Youngmark, graphic designer Precious Wallace, and mixed media artist Taji Joseph to create a group installation developed out of their shared love of hip-hop.