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Dunkley, Tina, (Keeping Time)

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"Keeping Time" Double Dutch Series by Tina Dunkley

23 x 16.5 inches (image size) offset lithograph on paper, limited edition of 1000 (1987) -- (27 x 20 inches paper size --unframed)

 

Tina Marie Dunkley (b. in New York, NY) has been part of the art world from a young age; she graduated from the New York High School of Music & Art, and subsequently earned her B.F.A from the New York School of Visual Arts and M.A in African American Studies from Atlanta University. She has also studied International Affairs at the doctorate level at Clark Atlanta University. Dunkley's service in the arts includes 35 years as Curator and Direction of the Clark Atlanta University Art Galleries.

Daughter of West Indian parents and granddaughter of Jamaican artist, John Dunkley, Tina Dunkley has maintained a professional career as an artist throughout her tenure as arts administrator, curator, writer, and educator. Inspired by the struggles of African descendants displaced throughout the Western Hemisphere, her work explores the experience and politics of denial that informs much of the history of the Americas. Dunkley has stated that her work is "influenced by the full-circle recognition of her ancestors' journey through slavery five generations ago."



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