"My aim is to create a new kind of propaganda to spread messages that speak to all aspects of black life." — Jamaal Barber
Jamaal Barber is an Atlanta-based artist and printmaker who was born in Virginia and raised in Littleton, North Carolina. His work provides social commentary about black life and black identity. He explores all aspects of black life in America from the nostalgic reverence of small town to southern life to the societal forces that shape modern urban life across the country.
Barber's work is featured in MODA's Making Change exhibition. He will talk about his work and his creative processes at MODA on August 14 at 6:30pm. Admission to this talk is free with the purchase of a ticket to the Making Change exhibition. Seating is limited.