New Works - Chris Watts
Chris Watts appropriates imagery from vintage popular magazines such as Ebony, Life, and Essences to create commentaries on the peculiar nature of his present-day social reality as an African American man living in the American south. In reframing these narratives to comment on sociopolitical issues that are simultaneously singular and universal, these images sarcastically seek to expose the hypocrisy of the “glam” and “artificial” backdrops from which these media constructs are pulled.
Created by artspacenc
201 E. Davie St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
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