Exhibition Opening: Tone Presents “Itutu”
In Yoruba the word “itutu” translates to cool. This exhibition explores the plethora of drip that exists within Black culture, organically. Reinventing the definition of what coolness is and defining it by who we are.
On August 6th, from 4pm-7pm, we going up with a brand new exhibition brought to you by guest curator, Nic[o] Aziz. Itutu: Diddy Ain’t Invent The Remix, an exhibition that explores the variety of swag birthed from Black culture through the ability to remix and reinvent themselves and the meaning of the world around them.
This exhibition features works by Regina Agu, Abdi Farah, Jean-Marcel Saint-Jacques, Oski Awoyo, Amanda Adams, Ifátùmínínú Bamgbàlà Arẹ̀sà, Big Chief Romeo Bougere, Libby Bowman, Every Nigga Deserves, Carlos Martiel, Brittney Boyd Bullock, Tangela “Pussi Dusse” Mathis, and Nic[o] Aziz.
After the opening this Saturday we’re going up with @_bodywerk.
Free Drinks, Free admission, hot jams, party party party ✨