Indelible: That Which Cannot Be Erased - Gallery O on H Street, Opening February 22

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INDELIBLE: THAT WHICH CANNOT BE ERASED is a confrontation of an unjust and repetitive history. The works in this exhibition seek to highlight a narrative often overlooked by mainstream art history to illustrate a continuum of injustice in our nation, featuring artists working in its capital city. Inspired by Black history month, the show seeks to focus on the cyclical nature of unresolved issues from the legacy of slavery to modern day police overreach and violence. The works included are a visual embodiment of current events, linked to a sinister history of oppression. INDELIBLE puts local artists to the forefront, selected to underline the long history of racial inequality within our collective past and contemporary society.

INDELIBLE opens February 22, 2019, and runs through the end of April. INDELIBLE will be hanging at Gallery O on H, 1354 H St NE, Washington DC. https://www.galleryoonh.com

Artists represented are: Scott Davis, photographer; Justyne Fischer, printmaker; Milton Bowens, painter; Nehemiah Dixon, mixed media; Billy Colbert, mixed media.

Featured image: Bachelors' House, L'Hermitage, Frederick County, Maryland, by Scott Davis. 2 1/4 x 4 1/4 inch palladium print. Scott Davis' work confronts the historical legacy of slavery upon the modern landscape, both in the echoes of its vanished evidence and the visible, tangible remains that we have been taught not to hear or see when they speak to us. Scott's work in the exhibit consists of nearly 40 palladium prints of places around the Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia area.

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Best of luck Scott with your show. I wish I could see it in person!
 
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