Keba Konte

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March 6, 2003

Keba Konte installation at the Mills Art Museum examined “Oakland’s Black flight.” Keba depicted families fleeing the violence that plagues Oakland city streets. Highlights include a 70s cadillac with empty bullet shells instead of tire streaks in the wake of its wheels.

“My work is about people, love and struggle… My work is about feeling… My work is about the soul… My work is about struggle… My work is about beauty in unexpected places.”


Keba Konte was published on March 6, 2003 in Arts & Entertainment

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