Gain insight to the research and work of artist Angélica Dass
In a creative practice that constructs archives of personal narratives around race, gender, parenthood, Angélica Dass combines photography and activism to expose ongoing social injustices. In this new public talk, which also celebrates the publication of The Colors We Share (Aperture, 2021), the artist challenges us to reconsider how we think about skin colour and racial identity, and the influence photography has on how we are seen, how we see ourselves and what we present to the world.
The Colors We Share will be available for purchase from The Photographer’s Gallery bookshop shortly.
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