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Selling the Shadow: Cairns Art Gallery

Endia Beal,  Office Scene

Endia Beal, Office Scene

Selling the Shadow
Cairns Art Gallery, Austrailia
May 2018

Selling the Shadow is an international, cross disciplinary presentation that examines the relationship between art and social practice through paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, video and site specific installation by more than a dozen artists from across Africa and the Diaspora.

Artists include: Tabita Rezaire, Simone Leigh, Jessica Wimbley, Jefferson Pinder, Amir George, Lauren Kelly, Derrick Adams and Michele Magema. Curated by Ingrid LaFleur.

Selling the Shadow: C-Gallery

Endia Beal,  Office Scene

Endia Beal, Office Scene

Selling the Shadow
C-Gallery, Milan, Italy
May 7, 2017 - September 15, 2017

Selling the Shadow is an international, cross disciplinary presentation that examines the relationship between art and social practice through paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, video and site specific installation by more than a dozen artists from across Africa and the Diaspora.

Artists include: Tabita Rezaire, Simone Leigh, Jessica Wimbley, Jefferson Pinder, Amir George, Lauren Kelly, Derrick Adams and Michele Magema. Curated by Ingrid LaFleur.

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Selling the Shadow: Gallery Momo

Endia Beal,  Office Scene

Endia Beal, Office Scene

Selling the Shadow
November 22, 2016 - January 17, 2017
Gallery Momo
Cape Town, SA

Selling the Shadow is an international, cross disciplinary presentation that examines the relationship between art and social practise through paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, video and site specific installation by more than a dozen artists from across Africa and the Diaspora.

Artists include: Tabita Rezaire, Simone Leigh, Jessica Wimbley, Jefferson Pinder, Amir George, Lauren Kelly, Derrick Adams and Michele Magema. Curated by Ingrid LaFleur.

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Ghost Light at Figge Museum of Art

March 2017
Figge Museum of Art
Davenport, Iowa

Currently, I’m working on a project at the Figge Museum in Davenport, Iowa. The project is entitled Ghost Light, which references the tradition of always keeping a light burning in a theatre even when no one is around to see it. Essentially, never letting the space go dark.

The project will be a culmination of sculptural work and performances in which I will be working with members of the community to create a poignant suite of performances about ‘invisibility’ and the consequences of being a person-of-color in a majority white Midwest city.