“Through each of our disparate practices, there’s a constant that inspires me the most—we are each creating stories where blackness is unapologetic.”

Toyin Ojih Odutola. Last Friday, Ojih Odutola, Yaa Gyasi, and Texas Isaiah spoke with Whitney assistant curator Rujecko Hockley about their respective practices as artists and their overlapping and intersecting interests—from narrative and portraiture to migration and dislocation. Watch the program on Facebook. 

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“Through each of our disparate practices, there’s a constant that inspires me the most—we are…”
“Through each of our disparate practices, there’s a constant that inspires me the most—we are…”
“Through each of our disparate practices, there’s a constant that inspires me the most—we are…”
“Through each of our disparate practices, there’s a constant that inspires me the most—we are…”
“Through each of our disparate practices, there’s a constant that inspires me the most—we are…”
“Through each of our disparate practices, there’s a constant that inspires me the most—we are each creating stories where blackness is unapologetic.”

Toyin Ojih Odutola. Last Friday, Ojih Odutola, Yaa Gyasi, and Texas Isaiah spoke with Whitney assistant curator Rujecko Hockley about their respective practices as artists and their overlapping and intersecting interests—from narrative and portraiture to migration and dislocation. Watch the program on Facebook. 

“Through each of our disparate practices, there’s a constant that inspires me the most—we are each creating stories where blackness is unapologetic.”

Toyin Ojih Odutola. Last Friday, Ojih Odutola, Yaa Gyasi, and Texas Isaiah spoke with Whitney assistant curator Rujecko Hockley about their respective practices as artists and their overlapping and intersecting interests—from narrative and portraiture to migration and dislocation. Watch the program on Facebook. 

“Through each of our disparate practices, there’s a constant that inspires me the most—we are…”

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