Noir

Art out of the shadow.

"A Storm on the Horizon" by Elliott Robbins, one of the artists exhibiting in Living Arts of Tulsa's show "Noir."

“A Storm on the Horizon” by Elliott Robbins, one of the artists exhibiting in Living Arts of Tulsa’s show “Noir.” Image courtesy Living Arts of Tulsa.

Opens Friday, June 6

A group of black artists took up the challenge of exploring African-American identity as it stands in Oklahoma today. The result is an inspired collection of work demonstrating a diversity of experience within a culture that had endured negative stereotypes for generations in America. Noir, curated by Nathan Lee, features the work of 14 Oklahoma artists exhibiting their vision of African-American culture as they know it through video, photography, painting and other media. Living Arts of Tulsa, 307 E. Brady St., opens Noir at 6-9 p.m. Friday, June 6, in the Myers Gallery. The pre-opening discussion will be at 5:45 p.m., and the exhibition will continue through June 26. For more, visit www.livingarts.org.

Comments