The Skin Color of Water - Buffalo Art Movement
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The Skin Color of Water

September 17 - October 29

A lot of my art has to do with African Americans because I want to see my skin color, people like myself, as beautiful.

Water can be described in many ways, but for Markenzy Cesar it embodies the intricacies of color. What is in essence colorless, transparent and odorless, water is often accepted as beautiful given its many shades and forms. In The Skin Color of Water, Markenzy explores the parallels between water and skin tone to illustrate how prejudice can distort our perception of natural beauty.

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BAM Opening reception Friday, December 15th from 5:00-10:00 PM