Chelle Barbour | KCET
Chelle Barbour is a multi-disciplinary artist, writer and independent curator. Chelle began her foray into the arts as an actress. Barbour’s art practice includes writing, photography, collage, and digital video. Her work has been shown in numerous group exhibitions and is the photography archive at the J Paul Getty Museum and in the permanent collection of the California African American Museum. Barbour has collaborated on high profile projects with Black Lives Matter--Dia de los Muertos public arts project at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and recently with Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter installation at the Project Row Houses in Houston, TX.
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In “No Justice, No Peace: L.A. 1992,” the California African American Museum presents content you will not learn in history books.