Exhibit in Stamp Gallery Focuses on Color, Representation
Photo by John T. Consoli
Color gets complicated in “Pink Is a Color That Feels Like Love,” the new exhibit that opened Aug. 29 in Stamp Gallery. The exhibit highlights three artists, Damien Davis, Brandon Dean and Delano Dunn, who use color to examine how marginalized groups have been represented in art. “The way they’re using colors is challenging different standards and stereotypes,” says Philadelphia-based curator Katy Scarlett.
Take a look through the photo gallery to see how these artists are making vibrant, bold statements.
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