Jules Allen is a respected, award-winning photographer currently living and working in New York. His lifelong work is evocative of the contemporary black experience. His images place subjects, drawn from the richness of black life, within universal paradigms. Allen’s aesthetic vision embraces black music, gesture, and ritual, and renders American culture more meaningful for the world.
He has worked on films in the U.S., Ghana, Guinea, and Mali. His photographs are in museum collections worldwide, including MoMA, the Brooklyn Museum, the Smithsonian, and The National Gallery. He has been widely exhibited in the U.S. and abroad, and his extensive commercial and corporate work has been seen on the covers of numerous periodicals, magazines, journals, and albums. Allen is currently with The City University of New York where he is a professor with the Department of Art and Photography at Queensborough College.
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May 11 | Friday | 7 pm
School at ICP, 1114 Avenue of the Americas
From Margaret Davis Grimes.