For more than two decades, LA native Sanford Biggers worked on a singular body of work. The prime focus is on African-American history and traditions. Sanford Biggers is a creative and combined work of contemporary art, urban culture, sacred geometry, and more.
The exhibition title refers to both artists' quilts and series. The idea is also about code-switching, shifting from one linguistic code to another depending on social context. Sanford Biggers: Codeswitching, organized by the Rivers Institute for Contemporary Art & Thought, New Orleans.
The exhibit at CAAM, curated by River Institute, you can witness the same at the California African American Museum. The Sanford Biggers exhibit is free of cost and takes place on July 28, 2021, from 10 am to 5 pm. The Sanford Biggers exhibit will run through January 23, 2022. Join in for the opening day and learn more about the history and tradition.
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