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Okwui Okpokwasili
Jan. 19 — Oct. 21, 2016

Poor People’s TV Room Performances / Walker Art Center
Minneapolis, MN
Holoscenes (photo: Lars Jan)^497 portrait of myself as my father (Photo: Gennadi Novash)^494 portrait of myself as my father (Photo: Gennadi Novash)^494 Holoscences (photo: Lars Jan)^497 Liza Jessie Peterson (photo: Ani Berberian)^3472 Poor People's TV Room (Photo: Caitlin McCarthy)^3471 Peculiar Patriot (Photo: Allan Weeks)^3472

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Ralph Lemon was awarded a National Medal of Honor from President Barack Obama. He was also awarded a BESSIE award for Outstanding Production for "Scaffold Room" at The Kitchen.

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Nora Chipaumire continues her tour of portrait of myself as my father, which The New York Times calls “A no-holds-barred look at masculinity and the African male body in American culture.”

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Dan Hurlin's new piece 'Demolishing Everything with Amazing Speed' gets a rave review by The New York Times.

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