Jessica Silverman announces representation of Rashaad Newsome

Jessica Silverman announces representation of Rashaad Newsome

Jessica Silverman announced representation of Oakland and Brooklyn-based artist Rashaad Newsome, known for his multidisciplinary practice combining collage, sculpture, film, photography, music, computer programming, software engineering, community organizing, and performance. Informed by diasporic and Black queer modalities and imaginations, Newsome’s work unravels and investigates social categories, systems of knowledge, and representations to construct new forms of common understanding and being. The artist has previously exhibited with Jessica Silverman in the group exhibition We Are Here in Spring 2021 and will have a solo exhibition at the gallery in 2022. “Rashaad and I met in 2019 and spent much of 2020 in conversation about his artistic practice. I was impressed with the dynamism of his work and the variety of media over which he has mastery. The gallery is committed to working with the strongest
Jessica Silverman announced representation of Oakland and Brooklyn-based artist Rashaad Newsome, known for his multidisciplinary practice combining collage, sculpture, film, photography, music, computer programming, software engineering, community organizing, and performance. Informed by diasporic and Black queer modalities and imaginations, Newsome’s work unravels and investigates social categories, systems of knowledge, and representations to construct new forms of common understanding and being. The artist has previously exhibited with Jessica Silverman in the group exhibition We Are Here in Spring 2021 and will have a solo exhibition at the gallery in 2022. “Rashaad and I met in 2019 and spent much of 2020 in conversation about his artistic practice. I was impressed with the dynamism of his work and the variety of media over which he has mastery. The gallery is committed to working with the strongest