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Artist Talk: Akintola Hanif

Photographer and Editor-In-Chief of HYCIDE Magazine discusses his pieces “Hunted” and “The Hunters.”

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Artist Talk: Ja’Tovia Gary

Artist Ja’Tovia Gary discusses her piece “Our Dignity on the Threshing Floor” in the H(A)UNTED Exhibition.

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Artist Talk: Suzanne Broughel

Artist Suzanne Broughel discusses her piece “Malcolm Box” in the H(A)UNTED Exhibition.

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Video Excerpt: “Interview with Tangier” by Numa Perrier

Video excerpt from Numa Perrier’s “Interview with Tangier.”

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H(A)UNTED: Public Installation Virtual Gallery

Images from H(A)UNTED’s Public Installation.

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H(A)UNTED: Public Installation at MoCADA

Caribbean Cultural Center Africa Diaspora Institute in partnership with MoCADA present
In A Time of Change

H(A)UNTED Public Installation at MoCADA
Guest-Curated by: Shantrelle P. Lewis
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 16, 2012 | 4 -7pm
MoCADA
80 Hanson Place | Brooklyn, NY

 

H(A)UNTED’s Public Installation at MoCADA was a series of 5 images on display along the museum’s building on South Oxford Place. Featuring the work of five Brooklyn-based Black male photographers, the series of photographs articulates/confronts/questions the historical criminalization and stereotyping of Black men in the U.S. – realities that each subject confronts, negotiates and defies on a daily basis, by his very existence.

Photographers:
Malik Cumbo, Russell Frederick, Jahse, Dwayne Rodgers and Radcliffe Roye

Subjects:
Blitz the Ambassador, Hip-Hop Artist
Lumumba Bandele, Community Activist
Dr. Robert Gore, Physician
Steven Lawson, New York City Middle School Teacher
Sim Walker, Owner Negril and SoCo

 

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H(A)UNTED: Curatorial Statement

H(A)UNTED
Presented by: Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA)
On View: April 26 – May 18, 2012

CCCADI and MoCADA are committed to upholding a tradition of arts and activism. In the same manner in which Ida B. Wells-Barnett fought feverishly against lynchings and W.E.B. du Bois urged artists to use their talent for the sake of propaganda, our institutions encourage artists to use their voices to contribute to the empowerment of our communities. In response to Travyon Martin’s recent unwarranted murder and the consequences of being Black and male in America, a group of artists were invited to join us in raising critical awareness in the demand for justice and the fight to end the criminalization of Black men that is an apparent result of racial stereotyping.

Featuring: Frances Bradley, Suzanne Broughel, Nardo Brudet, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Adrian Franks, Ja’Tovia Gary, Akintola Hanif, De’Andre Harris, Stacey-Robin H. Johnson, Patricia Kaersenhout, Ray Llanos, James McKissic, Sed Miles, Jasmine Murrell, Marilyn Nance, Sabrina Nelson, Numa Perrier, Issa Randall, Jack Slaughter, Vaughn Spann, Moira Tierney, Nancy VanDevender, Fletcher Williams, Nathan Williams, Sune Woods, Tracee Worley

 

 

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H(A)UNTED: Opening Reception

Images from the Opening Reception of H(A)UNTED at the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI). Photography by: Lafotographeuse.