September 15-February 26, 2024
Opening Reception on September 20, at 5:30pm, Free w/ RSVP

Located in the Live Arts lobby, The Ford Foundation Live Gallery welcomes a new exhibition from visual artist Nate Lewis. Born and raised outside of Pittsburgh in the town of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, he is currently living and working between NYC and Washington, D.C. By altering photographs and challenging perspectives on race and history through distortion and illusion, Lewis explores history through patterns, textures, and rhythm, creating meditations of celebration and lamentations. His work has been exhibited at the California African American Museum, the Studio Museum in Harlem, and the Yale Center for British Art, and is in the public collections of the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Blanton Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC,and the Brooklyn Museum, among others.