<h1>Arthur Jafa</h1>
<h1>Arthur Jafa</h1>
<h1>Arthur Jafa</h1>

Arthur Jafa: A Series Utterly Improbable, Yet Extraordinary Renditions (featuring Ming Smith; Frida Orupabo and Missylanyus)

In his film work, American artist Arthur Jafa embodies the image of African-American identity and culture through a wide range of contemporary shots and images. The mixture of segments of well-known icons and historical events of African-American culture and anonymous bodies in various emotionally exalted states of enthusiasm and despair brings a synthesizing view of the American history of the life of the African-American community. Jafa authentically reveals his own identity, consisting both of the artist’s vulnerability and authority, and answers the question of what it means to be part of a complex field of black representation. It attempts to rewrite the history of African-American visual aesthetics and thereby contribute to the opening of this theme in the new horizon.


Presented in partnership with the Serpentine Galleries.

Curators: Hans Ulrich Obrist a Amira Gad

Tuesday-Sunday 10.00-18.00


130 / 80 CZK

Thursday 10.00-20.00


Alšovo nábřeží 12
110 00 Prague 1

Monday Closed

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