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Carrie Mae Weems - Gallery
Carrie Mae Weems
In 2019 artist Carrie Mae Weems continued her ongoing investigation of family relationships, cultural identity, sexism, Read the class, political systems, and the consequences of power. Programming at Grace Farms featured a presentation of thence-based work, Past Tense, a lecture, and a reception.
Download the Past Tense program brochure.
Photo: © Paul Bickford, 2019
Carrie Mae Weems presenting her performance-based work Past Tense in the Sanctuary at Grace Farms.
Carrie Mae Weems: Past Tense
Past Tense Reception
Marianna Schaffer, Eisa Davis, Susan Delvalle, Gonzalo Casals, Pamela Ruggio, Grace Farms Arts Initiative Curator
Matthew Bangser, Abby Bangser, Jay Fielden
Novella Ford, DeLana Dameron
David Verklin, Veronica Verklin, David Mazza, Yvonne Fielden, Chelsea Thatcher, Grace Farms Director of Communications & Marketing
Imani Uzuri, Dr. Bonnie Maslin, Francesca Harper
Mauricio Barrera, Paul Clemence, Lukas Fitze
Sharon Prince, Imani Uzuri, Eisa Davis, Carl Hancock Rux
Carrie Mae Weems Lecture
Susan Courtemanche, Thelma Golden
Kenyon Victor Adams, Sharon Prince, Carrie Mae Weems, Pamela Ruggio
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