Culture Fix: Curator Erica Jones on African-Print Fashion
Among the most popular of African-print cloth fashions, the ubiquitous “Angelina” design came to prominence in the Dashikis of the 1960s and 1970s. Associate Curator of African Arts Erica Jones traces the history of the cloth to the resurgence of the design today in worldwide trends.
#CultureFix is a short format, informal gallery talk featuring artists, curators and other luminaries. No reservation required. Culture Fix programs are free of charge.
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