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Kandice Odister: The Barbie is Her/Me: A Reflection of Black Women During Quarantine
Disinfecting, Kandice Odister, embellished wooden drawer with stylized Barbie doll
Odister creates vignettes and photographs to depict of the lives of several Black women who’ve inspired her during the COVID-19 pandemic, styling and re-facing her diverse collection of Black Barbies to represent each woman.
In The Barbie is Her/Me: A Reflection of Black Women During Quarantine, Kandice Odister (Cincinnati, OH) creates vignettes and photographs in a visual depiction of the lives of several Black women who’ve inspired the artist during the COVID-19 pandemic. Styling and re-facing her diverse collection of Black Barbies to represent each woman, the exhibition features two interrelated bodies of work: large-scale color photographs featuring individual portraits, and sculptural tableaus of outwardView more
Admission to the Weston Art Gallery is FREE and OPEN to the public!
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
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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
All guests and staff are required to wear a mask or face covering. We are happy to provide one if you need it! Thank you for helping us to maximize health and safety at the Weston Art Gallery.