Inheritance: LaToya Ruby Frazier and Tony Buba April 6- May 19
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iMOCA will celebrate ten years by bringing in artist LaToya Ruby Frazier to curate the most comprehensive display of her work, some of it never seen before, for her exhibit, Inheritance. Frazier will also bring, Tony Buba; the great documentary filmmaker from Braddock, PA whose films cover the crashing of the steel mill industry and the racial inequality of African American Steel Mill workers. Their work together spans the 20th and 21st Century of socio-economic change in Braddock PA. The similarities between Indianapolis and Braddock, PA and experiences of the African American populations of our two cities and others across America are part of what makes this work so exceptional and relevant to audiences of all backgrounds.
LaToya Ruby Frazier’s work is also currently on view in the 2012 Whitney Biennial in New York City. She has previously exhibited her work at The New Museum, MoMA PS1 and The Andy Warhol Museum. She was featured last fall on the PBS program Art 21.
Admission and parking are free. Hours are Thursday-Saturday 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. Made possible with support from The Efroymson Family Fund, the Christel DeHaan Family Foundation, the Indiana Arts Commission, Penrod Foundation, and Hotbed Creative.
Posted on: 20.03.2012