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Katrina Andry in UT Daily Beacon


The UT Downtown Gallery presents an installation of Katrina Andry’s woodblock prints: “The Promise of the Rainbow Never Came” and “Colonial Colorism Influences in the Black Community.”

“Andry’s work is not only powerful, extremely well-crafted and explores the Black experience … but her work, from a purely formal standpoint, is rich, layered and jewel-like, thus very engaging to simply look at,” says Julie Lohnes, Director and Curator of the UT Downtown Gallery.

The show is open to the public and on view through February 18, 2024.

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