The White ppl think I’m radical exhibition at London’s Arcadia Missa opens February 17 and runs until April 29.
The show will “approach the problems, possibilities, and violences of portraiture and representation” in a two-person show by Los-Angeles based artist, writer and curator Aria Dean and Australian-based Somali artist Hamishi Farah.
The show will feature paintings by Farah in which he paints himself, and sculptural and digital work by Dean. Both works circle around a “shared search for what is (un)representable and how (not) to represent it.”
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