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Mitochrondria


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Mitochrondria
The first comprehensive retrospective of twentieth century African American sculptor, John Rhoden (1916-2001)

With a sculptural sensibility defined by his extensive world travels, sensualism, and a breadth of visual influences, Rhoden worked in a style that was ahead of his time. Through approximately 70 sculptures in bronze, wood, and stone, and archival materials from the recently-processed John Rhoden Papers, this exhibition will illustrate the visual and technical mastery of this award-winning artist.

Discover the incredible work and personal story of one of the most prolific sculptors of the 20th century.

The first comprehensive retrospective of twentieth century African American sculptor, John Rhoden (1916-2001)

With a sculptural sensibility defined by his extensive world travels, sensualism, and a breadth of visual influences, Rhoden worked in a style that was ahead of his time. Through approximately 70 sculptures in bronze, wood, and stone, and archival materials from the recently-processed John Rhoden Papers, this exhibition will illustrate the visual and technical mastery of this award-winning artist.

Discover the incredible work and personal story of one of the most prolific sculptors of the 20th century.

Special Exhibition:

Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building
Curated by
Dr. Brittany Webb, Evelyn and Will Kaplan Curator of Twentieth Century Art and the John Rhoden Collection


Image: Located at Bellevue Hospital

Single Notecard: 5" x 7" ( envelope included )

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