LACP’s First Annual “Say What You Want to Say” Exhibition
Photo by Frank Frances, Confederate Cotton
LACP is pleased to present a virtual, online exhibition called Say What You Want to Say highlighting the work of Black photographers and artists and bringing their voices to the forefront. Fifteen Black artists whose work addresses identity, culture and race were chosen for the exhibition. The exhibition will open virtually on August 12th and run through October 31st, 2020.
LACP will be hosting a series of artist talks, which will give each of the artists a chance to speak about their work. The five-part series will be scheduled on Tuesdays, 4 pm PST, starting August 18th and running through September 15th, 2020. To reserve your seat, please click HERE.
Muna Malik, Brandon Ruffin, Laurent Chevalier, Terrell Halsey, Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin, Frank Frances, Nydia Blas, Deun Ivory, Adrian Octavius Walker, Janice Bond, Ed Maximus, Patrice Fisher, Ervin A. Johnson, Marissa Leshnov and Richard Louissaint
Exhibition dates: August 12 – October 31, 2020
We invite you to view the Gallery by clicking on the images below.