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iona rozeal brown: all falls down

iona rozeal brown: all falls down was a spring exhibition at MOCA Cleveland, organized by Megan Lykins Reich (reviews compiled at Robert Goff). The catalog, from Hatje Cantz, includes text by Reich and an interview with Isolde Brielmaier (DAP).

Crystal S. Anderson, “The Afro-Asiatic Floating World: Post-Soul Implications of the Art of iona rozeal brown,” appeared in the African-American Review 41:4 (winter 2007). “iona rozeal brown: U.S. American Artist,” and Lyneise E. Williams, “Black on Both Sides: A Conversation with iona rozeal brown,” were published in Callaloo 29:3 (summer 2006). A 2007 lecture at Chapel Hill was archived on DVD.

There was a 2006 exhibition at the University of Arizona, and a 2004 exhibition at Spelman College (cf. Charlie Finch). More information is at G Fine Art, Robert Goff, culturebase.net, Caren Golden, Kinz + Tillou, and the artist’s website.


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