“The Right Side of History” Exhibition at Arts Garage

The Delray Beach cultural center will host the captivating exhibition featuring the works of emerging Black artists through November 1

“Black Men Don’t Cry” by Andre Clermont is on display in “The Right Side of History.”

Following the launch of the “From Our HeARTS to Your Homes” and “Music at Home: Live From Arts Garage” virtual series to keep art lovers entertained from home, Arts Garage, the progressive and community-based cultural center in downtown Delray Beach, is hosting “The Right Side of History” in its Grassroots Gallery. The free exhibit features thought-provoking artwork by emerging Black artists Andre Clermont, Jessica Clermont, Ethan Dangerwing, Amaryllis McGee, Shannon Rose, Alinda Saintval, Patricia Saintval, and McKinson Souverain.

“‘The Right Side of History’ includes paintings, mixed media, and photography communicating the experience of being Black in the United States in 2020,” said Marjorie Waldo, president & CEO of Arts Garage. “From Andre Clermont’s hyper realistic oil portraits vibrating with uncontainable rhythm to Dangerwing’s gripping photography of local protestors, the exhibit truly captures the experience of these talented and emerging Black artists and tells a very important story.”

The exhibit will be on view by appointment in groups of three through Sunday, November 1. Please email info@artsgarage.org to schedule a tour.


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