Installation series from ONLI STUDIOS presented at the DuSable Museum in Chicago.

Monday, April 6, 2015

 In 2005 I was photographed in my lakeside hi-rise live-work space with the new "No Evil Blues" diptych. Later the entire collection would be showcased along with a lecture at the University of Illinois at Chicago's African American Cultural Center. The limited edition studio portfolio book, "No Evils" was introduced. at this event.  This collection explores the Chinese proverb of Hear No, See No and Speak No evil in musings and a growing body of Rhythmistic  visual art.

Below is the "Danse of the 911 Phoenix" acrylic painting. 30"W X 40"H. It explodes the challenge of the United States American dream after the events in New York on 9/11/2001.

Did I say that in 2015 I am still looking for a major gallery to represent my work?  Plus a major museum to showcase it. Rhythmism lives. It breathes life beyond the limits.  It links all that is future-primitif.

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