Local photographer Cecil McDonald, Jr. noticed that most of the photos of black people that he encountered depicted the very rich (athletes and hip-hop stars) or the very poor. In an attempt to buck the dichotomy, McDonald set out to photograph “extraordinarily ordinary” black individuals that he encountered as part of his everyday life. These photos make up his latest exhibition, “In the Company of Black,” which includes portraits of his daughters, friends and collaborators.
“Cecil McDonald, Jr.: In the Company of Black”
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