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Seems Like I Done Had To Fight My Whole Life - Reflected Imagery of the African-American Struggle for Respect
"Seems Like I Done Had To Fight My Whole Life" - Reflected Imagery of the African-American Struggle for Respect
Phone (404) 653-7331
Price "Free"
Age Suitability All Ages
Categories Visual Arts Galleries

"Seems Like I Done Had To Fight My Whole Life" - Reflected Imagery of the African-American Struggle for Respect

Friday, Feb 22, 2013 10:00a to 5:00p
U Space Gallery Atlanta, GA

U*Space celebrates its 9th year with a moving exhibition of original press photographs documenting the struggles faced by people of color in the US. States.

Also at the gallery "How I See What I Say" - The solo exhibition of Atlanta master artist Vernon Robinson Sr. who’s colorful and spiritually charged works take viewers on a life affirming Afro-surrealistic mind trip!

Exhibitions are “Free” to the public. Opening night reception - Friday 1, 2013 from 7pm – 11pm. Both run thru Feb. 24, 2013

Created by USpace

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U Space Gallery
439 Edgewood Ave. SE
Atlanta, GA 30312
(404) 653-7331
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