Whitney Museum of American Art
Kamoinge Group Photo (taken at Ray's apartment), 1965–1966

WORKING TOGETHER:

THE PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE KAMOINGE WORKSHOP

“Working Together locks the visitor into the present through contemplation of the past. An incredibly wide range of human emotion and experience is displayed, with text guiding the viewer through a self-authored and impactful collective history.” — W Magazine

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EXHIBITION CATALOGUE

The perfect home addition for any art enthusiast, this companion catalogue to Working Together illustrates how the early members of the Kamoinge Collective boldly and inventively depicted their communities as they saw and participated in them.

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Image credit: Ray Francis, Kamoinge Group Photo (taken at Ray’s apartment), 1965–1966. Dye diffusion transfer print (Polaroid): sheet, 3 1/4 × 4 1/8 in. (8.3 × 10.5 cm). Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Archives

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