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The Talk on the Street (Part 2)

My recent visit to the Columbus Museum of Art left me with with such a positive impression of how well a museum recognizes the importance of a local artist in the community. For years, the museum has formally recognized and exhibited the work of Aminah Robinson. Street Talk is the most recent exhibition of her [...]


The Talk on the Street (Part 1)

The work of Aminah Robinson presents the heart of a neighborhood community by tapping into her memory of life in its history. For more than sixty years, Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson (born 1940) has been documenting the Columbus near Eastside neighborhood where she grew up. She captures the lively “street talk” of the community by [...]