Head over to the Nordstrom flagship store in New York City where art and fashion come together. The 'Styling: Black Expression, Rebellion, and Joy Through Fashion' exhibition is open to the public from September 17 to October 29.
The exhibition is a celebratory exploration of style within Black culture as a historical form of creative expression; rebellion against oppression; and source of joy. It features the works of artists including Anthony Olubunmi Akinbola, Elan Cadiz, Willie Cole, EPPERSON, Felicia Megan Gordon, Gregory Gray, Hollis King, Beau McCall, Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Busayo Olupona, Yelaine Rodriguez, Dianne Smith, Stephen Tayo, Ricky TheJones of AfrolipglossOriginals, and Margaret Rose Vendryes.
Curation is by Souleo, best known for his entertaining and informative events, exhibitions, and cultural programs at the New York Public Library, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and Stax Museum of American Soul Music. The exhibition is presented in partnership with Long Gallery Harlem, a trusted resource for art collectors and makes critical work broadly accessible to the public.
The exhibition is free for public viewing. Simply turn up and walk through the various installations in Nordstrom NYC.