A New Exhibition at TSU’s University Museum Celebrates the Spirit of Nature and Human Experience

Style Magazine Newswire | 2/13/2018, 11:41 a.m.
Rites of Passage: An Ode to Humanity & Culture is the newest exhibition featured in the Texas Southern University - ...
Rites of Passage: An Ode to Humanity & Culture

Rites of Passage: An Ode to Humanity & Culture is the newest exhibition featured in the Texas Southern University - University Museum. A fusion of vintage African art and vibrant contemporary works, this exhibition weaves the paradigms of history into present day sentiment, paying homage to the archetypes of family and society.

Twenty-six artists are featured in this sophisticated presentation of human lifestyle and survival. This uncommon assemblage of works represent selections from the University Museum’s permanent collection and includes rare sculptures, painting and drawing on various mediums including wood and metal.

This exhibition is curated by Bonita Cutliff and will be on view through April 15, 2018.

Featured artists include Amaki, John Biggers, Michael Chandler, Marion Cole, Jessie McCowan, Deirdre I. Curnell, Anthony Edwards, Cedric Franklin, Karl Hall, Calvin Hubbard, Johnny Jones, Daniella Lewis, J. Mendoza, Edward Mills, Theophilus Moore, Barry Morris, Joseph A. Moran, Prinston Nnanna, Kermit Oliver, Robert Pruitt, Cedric Taylor, David Kent Thomas, S. Thomas, Johnetta Tinker and Harry Vital.