439 Edgewood Avenue SE
Atlanta, GA 30312
10:00 a.m. Saturday, March 2, 2013
Galleries | Art,
U*Space Gallery presents two new exhibitions that explore the common thread that links each and every one of us: Life and Death
In Gallery I – Jamele Wright Sr. presents Kukumbuka Kifo (To Remember The Dead) an exhibition that explores the strained relationships between Africans and African Americans due to colonization and particularly, the slave trade; Wright contemplates how we remember those that died before, during, and after the forced passage as well as how we show our appreciation for the lives we've come to have, because of their strength and courage.
In Gallery II – Japanese artist Terumi’s Ikiru (To Live) finds the artist creating paintings and pottery filled with the power of Kami 神 (The Japanese word for divinity or supreme being) in an exhibition that beautifully illuminates the rich subliminal stimuli to be found in the personal mining of humility during the course of an individual human's life. Gallery regular hours of operation
Wed - Sat 10 am - 5pm and Sun 11am - 4pm