“Burnt Umber" showcases the works of Black Artists Union members, and collectively, addresses the marginalization of Black North American communities, through the unification of Black artists. “Burnt Umber” opens November 15th at the Margin of Eras Gallery, running from November 16th to December 1st.
Open from October 18th to November 3rd at the MOEG, “Passageways” by Eli Howey depicts the layered experience of embodiment, decorating figures with their surroundings to hint at their abilities and strangeness. The body is emphasized as an energetic mediator; a passageway between tangible and non-tangible spaces, one that can manifests ideas, movements, thoughts, memories and other vibrations.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS is a platform to contemplate the ethics and morals of our digital life, and instigate a visual conversation. The artworks convey individual stories, lived experiences, and present conversations that examine and critique our relationship with information technology. Terms And Conditions opens August 9th 2018 at the Margin of Eras Gallery.
The MOEG invites you to join us for “Black Boys Forever”, a solo exhibition by James Yeboah. The second part of his Black Boys series, James seeks examine and reimagine the notion of black male solidarity. “Black Boys Forever” opens June 7th from 6-10pm, and runs from June 7th-23rd, 2018 at the Margin of Eras Gallery.
The MOEG invites you to join us on Thursday, May 3rd for "Out of Many, One People", a solo photography exhibit by Brianna Roye. An accomplished portrait & event photographer, Roye has captured a series of photos that people who are of Caribbean descent can relate to—and perhaps see themselves in. We invite you to join us for this examination (and celebration) of what it means to be queer & Caribbean.