[youtube id=”oUHEL8YLB9Q”] Wangechi Mutu is profiled for Bloomberg’s Brilliant Ideas series and she talks about her work, Brooklyn, art in general and her Africa Out organization for the African LGBT community. Related posts: Afro-Punk: Triptych, Wangechi Mutu Afro-Punk: Triptych, Sanford Biggers Afropunk Takes The Stage With Afropop On Public TelevisionContinue Reading

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[youtube id=”qd4oupkKTD8″] On Monday February 9th, Black Public Television’s World channel will air Afropunk’s The Triptych, a film showcasing the work of visual artists Wangechi Mutu, Sanford Biggers and Barron Claiborne. Terence Nance, who received critical acclaim for his 2012 feature, An Oversimplification Of Her Beauty, is the director ofContinue Reading

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[youtube id=”qd4oupkKTD8″] NEW YORK (January 28, 2015)—AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange, the innovative series about contemporary Black life, art and culture currently airing on public television stations across the country, continues with AFROPUNK presents The Triptych. The film, produced by Matthew Morgan and Jocelyn Cooper of AFROPUNK, will air asContinue Reading

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[vimeo]41569968[/vimeo] The Triptych is a new documentary series from Afro-Punk pictures and it highlights the lives and work of the most culturally resonant artists of our time. Wangechi Mutu, Barron Claiborne and Sandford Biggers are the first three artists in the sequence. Related posts: Afropunk Takes The Stage With AfropopContinue Reading

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