John Edmonds

The African art objects that Edmonds uses in his work have many facets. Whether they are symbols of traditional African cultural heritage or signifiers of diaspora and memory, in his work they function as a means to explore concepts such as displacement and expropriation in contemporary society. Not only does he broaden the tradition of studio portraiture, he also thoughtfully claims his place in rewriting the past and anchors it in our current world, where authenticity and identity are fluid.

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