| seen & heard | 1
Showing Her Hand by Morgan Weston “Nina Chanel Abney: Royal Flush” opened at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University in February to a crowd of art lovers, museum enthusiasts and the artist’s family and friends. The collection of approximately 30 paintings, watercolors and collages spans 10 years of the Chicago-born artist’s work, embracing themes of race, gender, politics and pop culture through vivid, large-scale productions. The exhibition remains on view until July 16. 10
| April 2017
1 Center Studio Architecture’s Scott Harmon, Sandi Haynes of Phillips Oppenheim and Nasher Chief Curator Trevor Schoonmaker. 2 Charles Williams and Sherrill Roland. 3 Museum Director Sarah Schroth and Curator Marshall Price introduce the exhibit. 4 Karl Bates, Rachel Goodwin and Suzanne Bates. 5 Nina Chanel Abney and her mother, Karla Abney-Brooks. 6 Janie Booth, Christy Kuesel, Lauren Adair Jones and Brittany Halberstadt.