MR. WASH AND IKECHUKWU ONYEWUENYI IN CONVERSATION

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

This week, join Washington (aka MR. WASH) in conversation with Made in L.A. 2020 assistant curator of performance Ikechukwu Onyewuenyi.

See link below to r.s.v.p. to the online event.

FULTON LEROY WASHINGTON (MR. WASH) and IKECHUKWU ONYEWUENYI IN CONVERSATION

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.

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