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Nicole Awai

Go Go Green Compression Black Ooze, 2008

Price: $6,000

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Sheldon Scott

Sweet Boy, 2013

Price: $2,500

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Stan Squirewell

T-30, 2015

Price: $900

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Sheldon Scott 

Resides: Washington, D.C.

Sheldon Scott is a multi-disciplinary artist in Washington, DC, whose work includes Performative Installation, Spoken Narrative, and the Written Word, primarily informed by the intersection of race, sexual identity, economics and exceptionality ideals related to the black male form and function.

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Alexandria Smith

Resides: Brooklyn, NY

My mixed media work explores the awkward terrain of the developing stages in forming an identity through amorphous, hybrid characters. These works include amalgamations of femininity that are a mass of limbs, pigtails, ribbons and dresses that activate a world in which the South, domestic interiors and magical realism collide.

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Stan Squirewell

Resides: Brooklyn, NY

A graduate from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Stan’s art connects the dots between global indigenous geometric patterns, specifically West African Kente schema, as a possible progenitor of modern digital cultures.

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