A River Depends on its Tributaries:
Indigenous African Sculpture in Contemporary Context

tucker contemporary art identifies and represents an eclectic mix of inspired emerging African American and other underrepresented artists –
classically trained or outside the mainstream.

Artists
Anthony E. Boone
Dwight Carter
Dominant Dansby
Donald Hilliard, Jr.
Sylvia Maier
Stefanie Nagorka
Ming Smith
Margaret Rose Vendryes

Artwork above: By Margaret Rose Vendryes, Dan Joan, African Diva, 2008, 36" x 36", Oil and cold wax on canvas and paper. Collection of the artist.

EXHIBITION:
A River Depends on its Tributaries
Indigenous African Sculpture in Contemporary Context

Artists: Chakaia Booker, Lucien Clergue, Willie Cole, Robert Lach, Mehdi-Georges Lahlou, So Yoon Lym,Ben F Jones, Merton Simpson, Charlee Swanson, Adejoke Tugbiyele, Margaret Rose Vendryes and Adrienne Wheeler

September 8 – October 12, 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 17, 5pm - 9pm

Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University
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