Kehinde Wiley

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Born in 1977 in Los Angeles, Kehinde Wiley lives and works in New York. Examining issues of racial and sexual identity, his works create collisions where art history and street culture come face to face. The artist makes eroticised heroes of the invisible, those traditionally banished from representations of power. His work reinterprets the vocabulary of power and prestige, part politically-charged critique, part an avowed fascination with the luxury and bombast of Western symbols of male domination.






Tahiti - Kehinde Wiley May 18 - July 24, 2019 / Paris Grenier Saint Lazare
YOU GO TO MY HEAD: A visual Poem on African Inheritance, Curated by Rita Rovelli Caltagirone April 20 - Mai 28, 2016 / Brussels
The World Stage : France, 1880 - 1960 October 27 > December 28 2012 / Paris - 30 rue Beaubourg



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