Juliana Huxtable presents a solo exhibition at London’s Project Native Informant opening September 13 and running to October 21.
In conjunction, the artist, DJ, performer and poet will also be participating in group exhibition Sonic Rebellion: Music As Resistance at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit running September 8 to January 7, 2018. Along with over 30 artists, the project will look at the role of music “as a catalyst for social change and empowerment” looking specifically at historical and contemporary resistance movements in Detroit.
There will be an after party at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club with DJ Calvin Klein and Manara.
Visit the Project Native Informant website for details.**
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