Prison has a lot of politics. Art was a neutral zone and a way to express the human emotions that both I and the other inmates were feeling… I’d love to meet other artists and find out what’s going on out here. I’m learning a lot about art politics on a day-to-day basis. — Fulton Leroy Washington
See link below to r.s.v.p. to the online event.
Made in L.A. 2020—a version
Hammer Museum and the Huntington Library
Thursday, February 11.
5 pm on the West Coast; 8 pm East Coast.
Fulton Leroy Washington (aka MR. WASH), from top: Mr. Rene # Man Power, 2011, oil on stretched canvas; Sands of Time, 2011, oil on stretched canvas; Political Tears Hillary, 2008, oil on stretched canvas; Eric Reese Tear Drop, 2011, oil on stretched canvas; Mondaine’s Market, 2005, oil on stretched canvas, collection of John and Juanita Mondaine; Michael Jackson Tears, 2010, oil on stretched canvas; Political Tears Obama, 2008, oil on stretched canvas. Images © Fulton Leroy Washington, courtesy of the artist.