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ARTIST TALK | Namsa Leuba
Saturday, August 28, 2021
Halsey Institute galleries + halsey.cofc.edu/live
Join us for an artist talk featuring exhibiting artist Namsa Leuba in conversation with guest curator Joseph Gergel for the exhibition Crossed Looks. Leuba will join Gergel via Zoom for a conversation that can either be watched in-person in the Halsey Institute galleries or at halsey.cofc.edu/live
The College of Charleston has recently announced updated policies for on-campus events. Face masks are required by all persons on campus regardless of vaccination status. We are able to host a maximum of 50 individuals inside of the Halsey Institute’s galleries at any one time during this event. We will also maintain a contact tracing list for this event. All event attendees must be logged on the contact tracing list. This event is free and open to the public.
Please note: The Halsey Institute staff and the College of Charleston are monitoring local COVID-19 case numbers and will make updates to event policies as necessary. Make sure to check this page often for up-to-date information regarding this event.
The Halsey Institute is pleased to present Crossed Looks, the first solo exhibition of Swiss-Guinean artist Namsa Leuba in the United States. The show will feature over 90 works from the photographer’s projects in Guinea, South Africa, Nigeria, and Benin, and it will premiere new work created in Tahiti.
As a photographer working across documentary, fashion, and performance, Namsa Leuba’s images explore the fluid visual identity of the African diaspora. With a dual heritage between Guinea and Switzerland, Leuba draws inspiration from her own experience growing up between two different cultural traditions.