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 Past Exhibition

Kojo Griffin
January 12–April 8, 2001
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Atlanta-based African-American painter Kojo Griffin creates layered, multimedia, large-scale paintings that center around psychological states, specifically his own fascination with the workings of the human psyche; his concern for his young children; and his memories of childhood. Griffin, included in the 2000 Whitney Biennial exhibition (New York, NY), was an artist in residence at the Kemper Museum.