‘Ozier Muhammad: Events That Changed the World’ to Open at Keith de Lellis Gallery

 

 

 

Blown Headlines: High winds blow loose newspaper pages around 125th street near the IRT Subway
entrance as some people make their way to work that morning, Harlem, New York, 2006
Keith de Lellis Gallery is honored to present the photography of Ozier Muhammad in the artist’s first one man exhibition in New York. Ozier Muhammad (b. 1950) is a Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist from Chicago who has documented the cultural events of black citizens across the world for over four decades. This exhibition showcases Muhammad’s dedication to utilizing photography as a truth telling medium that explores racial issues throughout society and sheds light on the daily joys and strife of the African and African American communities.

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