The Goodman Gallery presents the group exhibition, Living Just Enough, featuring Sonia Boyce, Kudzani Chiurai Nolan Oswald Dennis, and more until November 19th. Living Just Enough explores the current global reckoning of race and white supremacy led by protestors in the Black Lives Matter movement’s name. The exhibit’s name was inspired by the iconic Stevie Wonder song, “Living for the City,” which told the story of a young Black man moving from the south to New York City and the hardships he faced. This song still holds relevance for many young Black people today who grapple with systemic racism, transphobia, and homophobia during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the featured artists’ various backgrounds, visitors can experience how historically entrenched systemic racism and other bigotry forms are ingrained in society.
Sonia Boyce, Kudzani Chiurai Nolan Oswald Dennis, and more
Living Just Enough
The Goodman Gallery
26 Cork St, Mayfair, London W1S 3ND, United Kingdom
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Pictured: Living Just Enough group exhibition image