LESLIE JEAN-BART : "Memories and Mysteries" at Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba

Motivation of Imbalance
"Memories and Mysteries"Exhibition at
The Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba

Skip The Worry
from the "Reality and Imagination” series
Leslie Jean-Bart

  The Light Within
from the "Reality and Imagination” series
Leslie Jean-Bart 

"Creativity of the Younger Generation"
Leslie Jean-Bart 
Photographers Beuford Smith and Leslie Jean-Bart

from the "Reality and Imagination” series 
Leslie Jean-Bart  

 Photographers Herb Robinson (left) with Leslie Jean-Bart (center)
and Cinematographer Jeffrey Akers
Corrine Jennings, Director Wilmer Jennings Gallery
with photographer Herb Robinson

Charlotte Allan viewing Leslie Jean-Bart's prints
Photo: William Avedon

 Artist Joe Overstreet and Corrine Jennings
with photographer Herb Robinson

 Leslie Jean-Bart (photographs) and Alex Mendoza's (paintings)
"Memories and Mysteries" Artist Reception

Artist Reception 
Photo and Video: Charlotte Allan

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Photographer Beuford Smith with Artist Joe Overstreet.
Smith recently received "The Culture of Legacy Award"
from the Griffin Museum of Photography

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Leslie Jean-Bart and Alex Mendoza
"Memories and Mysteries"
December 6, 2017 – January 20, 2018 

Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba
219 E 2nd St. 
(between Avenues B and C)
New York, N.Y.10009

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 Joe Overstreet and Corrine Jennings established Kenkeleba House

Kenkeleba House was established by Artists Joe Overstreet and his wife, Corrine Jennings, Director of the Wilmer Jennings Gallery (the sister gallery named for Corrine Jennings's artist-father).

"Named for a West African plant believed to possess spiritual powers, Kenkeleba House is dedicated to the exhibition of artworks by African-American, Latino, Asian-American and Native American artists. Kenkeleba House sponsors six to ten exhibitions a year. Educational programs such as artist talks, demonstrations, performances and lectures are often supplement the exhibits. An outdoor sculpture garden enlivens the property. A satellite space, the Wilmer Jennings Gallery, is across the street at number 219.

Kenkeleba House New York
214 East 2nd Street
(between Avenues B and C)
New York, N.Y.10009

*all snapshots © 2017 Elizabeth Avedon
except where indicated

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