Thursday, February 08, 2007

Keeping It Simple: No Black Male Show

We'll just let the description say it all:
Dealing with pop culture and black male identity, the performance narrative features songs, music, and dance exploring the icon of the black male in today's pop culture and American myths. Rux was moved to write the poem that led to this show after attending out the controversial exhibition Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art at New York's Whitney Museum in 1994. This will be the Seattle Debut of the artist and his important work, which has toured all of the country. The New York Times called Rux "one to watch" in 2004.

We're going Friday. Buy tickets here.

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