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"Color Cargo"at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond

VisArts presents "Color Cargo," an exhibition of work by New York-based artist Damien Davis, curated by Jennifer-Navva Milliken. “Color Cargo” examines the role of wood in historical and contemporary commercial transport—from the mid-Atlantic slave trade to e-commerce—and the subjective power of color as a tool for assigning value, in order to create a deceptively appealing space for confronting bias and dehumanization in contemporary society. “Color Cargo” debuted at the Center for Art in Wood (Philadelphia, Pa.) in May 2019. The show runs through November 3, 2019.

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  • Date: September 6, 2019 ( 2019-09-06 00:00:00 "Color Cargo"at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond VisArts presents "Color Cargo," an exhibition of work by New York-based artist Damien Davis, curated by Jennifer-Navva Milliken. “Color Cargo” examines the role of wood in historical and contemporary commercial transport—from the mid-Atlantic slave trade to e-commerce—and the subjective power of color as a tool for assigning value, in order to create a deceptively appealing space for confronting bias and dehumanization in contemporary society. “Color Cargo” debuted at the Center for Art in Wood (Philadelphia, Pa.) in May 2019. The show runs through November 3, 2019. Visual Arts Center of Richmond
    1812 West Main Street Richmond, VA 23220
    )
  • Time: 12:00 AM
  • Date: September 7, 2019 ( 2019-09-07 00:00:00 "Color Cargo"at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond VisArts presents "Color Cargo," an exhibition of work by New York-based artist Damien Davis, curated by Jennifer-Navva Milliken. “Color Cargo” examines the role of wood in historical and contemporary commercial transport—from the mid-Atlantic slave trade to e-commerce—and the subjective power of color as a tool for assigning value, in order to create a deceptively appealing space for confronting bias and dehumanization in contemporary society. “Color Cargo” debuted at the Center for Art in Wood (Philadelphia, Pa.) in May 2019. The show runs through November 3, 2019. Visual Arts Center of Richmond
    1812 West Main Street Richmond, VA 23220
    )
  • Time: 12:00 AM
  • Date: September 8, 2019 ( 2019-09-08 00:00:00 "Color Cargo"at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond VisArts presents "Color Cargo," an exhibition of work by New York-based artist Damien Davis, curated by Jennifer-Navva Milliken. “Color Cargo” examines the role of wood in historical and contemporary commercial transport—from the mid-Atlantic slave trade to e-commerce—and the subjective power of color as a tool for assigning value, in order to create a deceptively appealing space for confronting bias and dehumanization in contemporary society. “Color Cargo” debuted at the Center for Art in Wood (Philadelphia, Pa.) in May 2019. The show runs through November 3, 2019. Visual Arts Center of Richmond
    1812 West Main Street Richmond, VA 23220
    )
  • Time: 12:00 AM
  • Date: September 9, 2019 ( 2019-09-09 00:00:00 "Color Cargo"at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond VisArts presents "Color Cargo," an exhibition of work by New York-based artist Damien Davis, curated by Jennifer-Navva Milliken. “Color Cargo” examines the role of wood in historical and contemporary commercial transport—from the mid-Atlantic slave trade to e-commerce—and the subjective power of color as a tool for assigning value, in order to create a deceptively appealing space for confronting bias and dehumanization in contemporary society. “Color Cargo” debuted at the Center for Art in Wood (Philadelphia, Pa.) in May 2019. The show runs through November 3, 2019. Visual Arts Center of Richmond
    1812 West Main Street Richmond, VA 23220
    )
  • Time: 12:00 AM
  • Date: September 10, 2019 ( 2019-09-10 00:00:00 "Color Cargo"at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond VisArts presents "Color Cargo," an exhibition of work by New York-based artist Damien Davis, curated by Jennifer-Navva Milliken. “Color Cargo” examines the role of wood in historical and contemporary commercial transport—from the mid-Atlantic slave trade to e-commerce—and the subjective power of color as a tool for assigning value, in order to create a deceptively appealing space for confronting bias and dehumanization in contemporary society. “Color Cargo” debuted at the Center for Art in Wood (Philadelphia, Pa.) in May 2019. The show runs through November 3, 2019. Visual Arts Center of Richmond
    1812 West Main Street Richmond, VA 23220
    )
  • Time: 12:00 AM

  • Location: Visual Arts Center of Richmond
    1812 West Main Street
    Richmond, VA 23220