A formidable storyteller who employs lo-fi filmmaking to call out systemic racism and America’s social problems, Garrett Bradley became the first Black woman to win Sundance’s directing award for her incarceration documentary Time. For her first solo museum exhibition, a selection of recent single and multi-channel films and videos will be on display at the Geffen, including America, a visual archive of early African American cinema.
Garrett Bradley: American Rhapsody
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- The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
- 152 N Central Ave
- at 1st St
- Los Angeles