How do artists use color to guide our perception? In this exhibition, curated by Key Jo Lee, MoAD’s inaugural Chief of Curatorial Affairs and Public Programs, a multigenerational and international group of contemporary Black artists will illuminate the importance of color to both the form and content of their work. Through a series of thematic couplings and groupings, each visitor will explore how each artist employs color to convey mood, identity, architecture, event, etc.
Participating artists include:
Stacey Gillian Abe
The exhibition, will be accompanied by digital and analog educational tools and programs meant to equip our audiences with new and/or refined questions and language with which to engage contemporary Black art through color.
Join us in-person at MoAD (THU FEB 8, 2024 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM) for an artist talk in celebration of Spectrum: On Color & Contemporary Art. Artists Tawny Chatmon and Delita Martin will be in conversation with MoAD's Chief of Curatorial Affairs and Public Programs Key Jo Lee to discuss how artists in this group exhibition use color to guide our perception. Click here to view the event page.
Learn about the Nov 18th, 2023 international panel discussion with Sheena Rose and Manyaku Mashilo, exhibiting artists featured in the exhibition Spectrum: On Color & Contemporary Art. This conversation explored how artists in this group exhibition use color to guide our perception and will be moderated by San Francisco gallerist Jonathan Carver Moore. Click here to view the event page.