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'Black And Brown Faces' Exhibition Examines The Extremes Of 2020

Cincinnati Art Museum

The third floor of the Cincinnati Art Museum unveils an exhibition this Friday that explores struggle and strength by focusing on the facial expressions of people of color during the extremes of 2020.

Black & Brown Faces is a guest exhibition organized by Paloozanoire and presented in partnership with the Cincinnati Art Museum. It features one artwork by each of 10 artists of color who have ties to Cincinnati.

Exhibiting artists, selected by Paloozanoire, include Khonisa X Anderson, Mark Anthony Brown Jr., Adonte Clark, Michael Coppage, Daryl Myntia Daniels, Terence Hammonds, Gee Horton, Hannah Jones "Jonesy," Annie Ruth and Kevin J. Watkins.

Joining Cincinnati Edition to discuss the exhibition is PaloozanoireCo-Founder Ricardo Grant.

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Michael Monks brings a broad range of experience to WVXU-FM as the host of Cincinnati Edition, Cincinnati Public Radio's weekday news and information talk show.