This porcelain plate features a detail from Kehinde Wiley’s 2012 painting Mary Little, Later Lady Carr, reimagined from Thomas Gainsborough’s 1763 painting of the same name. Originally exhibited at Sean Kelly Gallery in An Economy of Grace, Wiley’s model was cast from the streets of New York City.
Net proceeds from your purchase support the artist in residence program Black Rock Sénégal, founded by Wiley in 2019.
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Established in 2019, Black Rock Senegal is a multidisciplinary artist-in-residence program founded by Kehinde Wiley in Dakar, Senegal. The program brings together international artists to live and work at Wiley’s coastal compound for 1-3 month residencies. Designed by Senegalese architect Abib Djenne, the complex includes a residence and studio space for Wiley along with 3 single-occupancy residency apartments with adjacent studio spaces. Our mission is to support new artistic creation through collaborative exchange and to incite change in the global discourse about Africa. More information about Black Rock is available online at www.blackrocksenegal.org.