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1 Freedom rsga-ph-04179 1989 Film still from Sophia's "Freedom" (1989), 15 minutes. The film was shown during "Icono Negro" at Randolph Street Gallery, October 13-14,...
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Film still from Sophia's "Freedom" (1989), 15 minutes. The film was shown during "Icono Negro" at Randolph Street Gallery, October 13-14, 1989. "A Black woman imprisoned for terrorism and racial rioting summons both her past and future, the state of her pregnancy and giving birth. Told through the historical context of the Black American experience, the fragmentary construction of lyrical images and non-linear flashbacks composes an authentic and intense portrait of human strength and endurance." --[Source: Icono Negro, October 13-14, 1989 (rsga_pst_00167pp)]
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2 An I for an I rsga-ph-04180 1988 Film still from Andrews' "An I for an I" (1988), 18 minutes. The film was shown during "Icono Negro" at Randolph Street Gallery, October...
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Film still from Andrews' "An I for an I" (1988), 18 minutes. The film was shown during "Icono Negro" at Randolph Street Gallery, October 13-14, 1989. "The title relates the Old Testament doctrine of retribution to cultural production's usurption of individual identity, and in its juxtaposition of media quotations and personal reflection, Andrews suggests that the articulation of culture ultimately raises problems of self-exploration." --[Source: Icono Negro, October 13-14, 1989 (rsga_pst_00167pp)]
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3 Freedom rsga-ph-04178 1989 Film still from Sophia's "Freedom" (1989), 15 minutes. The film was shown during "Icono Negro" at Randolph Street Gallery, October 13-14,...
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Film still from Sophia's "Freedom" (1989), 15 minutes. The film was shown during "Icono Negro" at Randolph Street Gallery, October 13-14, 1989. "A Black woman imprisoned for terrorism and racial rioting summons both her past and future, the state of her pregnancy and giving birth. Told through the historical context of the Black American experience, the fragmentary construction of lyrical images and non-linear flashbacks composes an authentic and intense portrait of human strength and endurance." --[Source: Icono Negro, October 13-14, 1989 (rsga_pst_00167pp)]
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4 Icono Negro, Long Beach Museum of Art, June 24-July 23, 1989 rsga_pst_00158 June 24-July 23, 1989
5 Icono Negro, October 13-14, 1989 (Pre-press) rsga_pst_00167pp October 13-14, 1989 Flat files
6 Icono Negro, October 13-14, 1989 (Pre-press) rsga_pst_00158pp October 13-14, 1989