Kehinde Wiley Round Table at Brooklyn Museum

Among today’s most innovative and successful painters, Kehinde Wiley is known throughout the world for his vivid portraits of African American men and women that use the conventions of traditional European portraiture. The portraits raise questions about race, gender, and the politics of representation. Join Wiley in an interactive multimedia talk exploring the scope and meaning of his work on view in the mid-career survey Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic. Wiley’s work is available on Artsy Inc. website.

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SIN/GIN is preoccupied with stories about relationships between power, gender and sexuality. Together, we wonder about the collective as well as individual muscles that must flex in order that we, as individuals and as groups, can assert our right to sexual pleasure, sexual autonomy, sexual health and sexual reproductive health.

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