Nigel P. Henderson & Omar Alcibar chop it up with Visual Artist & Writer L. Kasimu Harris. Harris is a New Orleans-based artist whose practice deposits a number of different strategic and conceptual devices in order to push narratives. He strives to tell stories of underrepresented communities in New Orleans and beyond. In 2020 Harris showed at the Ford Foundation Gallery, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, August Wilson African American Cultural Center, and Crystal Bridges Museum of Art. Harris's images and essay, A Shot Before Last Call: Capturing New Orleans’s Vanishing Black Bars was published in The New York Times and his work has received Artist-in-Residencies from the Center for Photography at Woodstock and the Joan Mitchell Center.
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