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Brendan Fernandes, As One I, 2017, Digital Print, 40 x 52 inches, Courtesy of the Artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago
Brendan Fernandes, 1979.206.200, 2010 Ed. 2/3, Neon on Plexiglas backing, with yellow cord, 34 x 26 in. Courtesy the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago.
Unidentified artist, Okuyi Society Mukudj Mask, no date, wood, pigment Collection of DePaul University, gift of the May Weber Foundation 2001.106


The DePaul Museum of Art and DePaul University Library have partnered to create research guides to accompany DPAM exhibitions.  This guide serves as a starting point for conducting research about the artists, works of art, and context of items in the exhibition.  

Key themes of this exhibition include performance, installation, photography, ritual, post-colonialism, identity, cultural appropriation, tourism, ballet and dance, museology, institutional critique, black diaspora.