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London Gallery Presents Solo Exhibition of Associate Professor, Myra Greene's, Work Exploring Race

April 2018

Myra Green 4-17 (web)Myra Greene, M.F.A, associate professor in the Department of Art & Visual Culture, is presenting her work in a solo exhibition at the Corvi-Mora Gallery in London. “Undertones,” marks the first exhibition of Greene’s work outside the United States.

“Having a show in London is a wonderful way to grow the viewership of my work,” said Greene. “Conversations around identity politics and race are quite different in other parts of the world. I am happy to begin to engage in this conversation globally.”

The exhibition is comprised of a small sampling of four photography projects spanning 15 years of Greene’s work as an artist: “Self Portraits,” which are digital prints of scanned Poloraid pulls; “My White Friends,” and “Character Recognition,” (self-portraits on black glass in a process called ambrotypes); and her newest project “Undertones,” which grew out photographs in “Character Recognition,” and is made on colored glass.

The exhibition runs through April 7.

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