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Gee Horton: Coming of Age Chapter I – In Search of Self… Identity
If I Ruled the World, Gee Horton, charcoal, graphite pencil and gold leaf on archival paper
Gee Horton creates an autobiographical installation offering a complex multilayered conversation about Black male adolescents and their search for identity, acceptance, purpose and love.
Coming of Age Chapter I – In Search of Self… Identity features a new series of work by Gee Horton (Cincinnati, OH) who creates an autobiographical installation offering a complex multilayered conversation about Black male adolescents and their search for identity, acceptance, purpose, and love. The installation includes exquisite portrait drawings, sculptures inspired by the urban environment, and a
video, all informed by Horton’s own experiences and struggles as a teenager growing up in
Admission to the Weston Art Gallery is FREE and OPEN to the public!
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Open late on Procter & Gamble Hall performance evenings at the Aronoff Center for the Arts.
650 Walnut Street (corner of Seventh and Walnut streets), Cincinnati, OH 45202
The Weston Art Gallery is situated in the urban core of downtown Cincinnati. With more than 6,000 parking spaces within a two-block radius, there are a variety of parking options for patrons. On the street blocks of Sixth St., Walnut St., and Seventh St. there are several independent valet operators just footsteps from the Weston Art Gallery entrance. Valet stations are located adjacent to Nada Restaurant, Nicholson’s Gastropub, and Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
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