A powerful Art installation currently on view at the Brooklyn Museum in New York until July 15 , 2012. The most thought provoking conversation between inter, intra generational black men. At the very core of this conversation is this question: What it is to be Black Males in America or this world for that matter.
Black Men seeking, asking and answering this question for themselves. A drastic constrast from everyone else trying to analyse, define, categorize and caste Black Men to what they want them to be or who they think Black Men are.
Below, please find an excerpt from the collaborative art project Question Bridge: Black Males entitled “Why didn’t you leave us the Blueprint?” Click here to read an LSI blog post about Question Bridge: Black Males by Question Bridge contributor Bayeté Ross Smith. Click here to visit the Question Bridge website.
Question Bridge: Black Males had its national launch in January 2012. It appeared at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and has had museum exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, Oakland Museum of California, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, and the City Gallery at Chastain in Atlanta. The exhibition will continue to travel in 2013 and 2014.
Question Bridge was created by Chris Johnson, Hank Willis Thomas, Bayeté Ross Smith, and Kamal Sinclair. The Executive Producers are Delroy Lindo, Jesse Williams, and Deborah…
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