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September 2020

Zoë Charlton | The Domestic – Online Exhibition

September 23
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until September 30, 2020

HUB-Robeson Galleries presents Zoë Charlton | The Domestic --- Artist Zoë Charlton creates large-scale collages, drawings, and sculptural installations that explore the complexities of contemporary social and cultural stereotypes. Recurring imagery in Charlton's work --suburban houses, African masks, paper dolls, and lush landscapes--provides a new approach to issues and representations of black identity. "The Domestic" examines notions of care-taking across racial and class lines, the fragility and failings of a home, and the complications of gender and sexuality in relation…

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Zoë Charlton | The Domestic – Online Exhibition

September 24
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until September 30, 2020

HUB-Robeson Galleries presents Zoë Charlton | The Domestic --- Artist Zoë Charlton creates large-scale collages, drawings, and sculptural installations that explore the complexities of contemporary social and cultural stereotypes. Recurring imagery in Charlton's work --suburban houses, African masks, paper dolls, and lush landscapes--provides a new approach to issues and representations of black identity. "The Domestic" examines notions of care-taking across racial and class lines, the fragility and failings of a home, and the complications of gender and sexuality in relation…

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Zoë Charlton | The Domestic – Online Exhibition

September 25
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until September 30, 2020

HUB-Robeson Galleries presents Zoë Charlton | The Domestic --- Artist Zoë Charlton creates large-scale collages, drawings, and sculptural installations that explore the complexities of contemporary social and cultural stereotypes. Recurring imagery in Charlton's work --suburban houses, African masks, paper dolls, and lush landscapes--provides a new approach to issues and representations of black identity. "The Domestic" examines notions of care-taking across racial and class lines, the fragility and failings of a home, and the complications of gender and sexuality in relation…

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Zoë Charlton | The Domestic – Online Exhibition

September 26
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until September 30, 2020

HUB-Robeson Galleries presents Zoë Charlton | The Domestic --- Artist Zoë Charlton creates large-scale collages, drawings, and sculptural installations that explore the complexities of contemporary social and cultural stereotypes. Recurring imagery in Charlton's work --suburban houses, African masks, paper dolls, and lush landscapes--provides a new approach to issues and representations of black identity. "The Domestic" examines notions of care-taking across racial and class lines, the fragility and failings of a home, and the complications of gender and sexuality in relation…

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Zoë Charlton | The Domestic – Online Exhibition

September 27
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until September 30, 2020

HUB-Robeson Galleries presents Zoë Charlton | The Domestic --- Artist Zoë Charlton creates large-scale collages, drawings, and sculptural installations that explore the complexities of contemporary social and cultural stereotypes. Recurring imagery in Charlton's work --suburban houses, African masks, paper dolls, and lush landscapes--provides a new approach to issues and representations of black identity. "The Domestic" examines notions of care-taking across racial and class lines, the fragility and failings of a home, and the complications of gender and sexuality in relation…

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Zoë Charlton | The Domestic – Online Exhibition

September 28
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until September 30, 2020

HUB-Robeson Galleries presents Zoë Charlton | The Domestic --- Artist Zoë Charlton creates large-scale collages, drawings, and sculptural installations that explore the complexities of contemporary social and cultural stereotypes. Recurring imagery in Charlton's work --suburban houses, African masks, paper dolls, and lush landscapes--provides a new approach to issues and representations of black identity. "The Domestic" examines notions of care-taking across racial and class lines, the fragility and failings of a home, and the complications of gender and sexuality in relation…

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Zoë Charlton | The Domestic – Online Exhibition

September 29
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until September 30, 2020

HUB-Robeson Galleries presents Zoë Charlton | The Domestic --- Artist Zoë Charlton creates large-scale collages, drawings, and sculptural installations that explore the complexities of contemporary social and cultural stereotypes. Recurring imagery in Charlton's work --suburban houses, African masks, paper dolls, and lush landscapes--provides a new approach to issues and representations of black identity. "The Domestic" examines notions of care-taking across racial and class lines, the fragility and failings of a home, and the complications of gender and sexuality in relation…

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Zoë Charlton | The Domestic – Online Exhibition

September 30
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until September 30, 2020

HUB-Robeson Galleries presents Zoë Charlton | The Domestic --- Artist Zoë Charlton creates large-scale collages, drawings, and sculptural installations that explore the complexities of contemporary social and cultural stereotypes. Recurring imagery in Charlton's work --suburban houses, African masks, paper dolls, and lush landscapes--provides a new approach to issues and representations of black identity. "The Domestic" examines notions of care-taking across racial and class lines, the fragility and failings of a home, and the complications of gender and sexuality in relation…

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