Brooklyn Museum of Art Exhibits Portraits With a Hip-Hop Flavor

Thursday, January 27, 2005

Artist Kehinde Wiley portraits of young African American men are now on exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum in a show called "Passing/Posing." His lushly colored paintings combine elements of hip-hop culture with quasi-religious imagery. Wiley dropped by WNYC's Soundcheck studio not long along to talk to John Schaefer about his work.

» Paintings by Kehinde Wiley at the Brooklyn Muesum of Art

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