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Editorial

Celebrating Black History

As part of our Sean John Presents series, we tapped Hammonds House Museum in Atlanta to curate a very special exhibit to celebrate Block History Mounth.

The perfect backdrop for Sean John's Spring 2021 collection, the Hammonds House Museum in Atlanta celebrates the artistic excellence, culture and community of African Americans, Founded in 1988, the museum's mission is to preserve, exhibit, interpret and increase public awareness about the contributions that visual artists of African descent have made to world culture.

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Black History

Black History

The history of Black people in America is a story of resilience. In spite of injustices, hate and bigotry, We have been able to hold space for love, joy, resistances and creativity. Keeping in mind that there is no joy without pain and no life without death, we hold out hope that our fight against the institutionalized discrimination will one day be overturned and replaced with a more just future.

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Hammond House Museum's curated exhibition for Sean John explores the past, present and future. The Works in this exhibition are layered - visually, intellectually and emotionally. Each artist speaks to the moment in their own way and as we explore the art from past to present, we find the themes overlap and repeat themselves. Black History is Black Now and Future.

From the lyricism of Tracy Murrell's symbolic females to the bold activism of Charly Palmer, we will celebrate each of the artists featured in the Hammonds House Museum exhibit over the coming weeks.

Hammonds House Collection