EXHIBIT: Medialia Gallery Presents: CULLUD: From the Freedomways Civil Rights Journal & National Syndication by BRUMSIC BRANDON Jr. & BARBARA BRANDON-CROFT: May - July 2016 (NYC)

Medialia Gallery Presents:

CULLUD: An Exhibition Of Original Comic Strips & Social Commentary Cartoons, Reprints, Artifacts And Development Work By A Father & Daughter: BRUMSIC BRANDON Jr. & BARBARA BRANDON-CROFT

Exhibit: May 7th - July 2nd, 2016

Medialia ... Rack and Hamper Gallery

335 West 38th Street, 4th Foor, New York, New York 10018


A message from Barbara Brandon-Croft

I have made it my job, my duty, my calling to keep my dad’s legacy alive. He was an incredible artist…and ridiculously prolific. The lion share of his work was firmly planted in the struggle for civil rights. 

I’ve team up with researcher and scholar Tara Nakashima Donahue to pull together a collection of his works and artifacts which, starting May 7th, will be on view at Medialia Gallery on West 38th Street. 

We’re calling the show, “CULLUD” named after a board game my dad created in 1967 (where no matter how long you play, you will never win). Included in the show will be a number of pieces that my dad contributed to Freedomways (the black cultural and political journal of it’s time), original panels from Luther, and a lot more.

The show will also include originals of my work on, “Where I’m Coming From," from my 13-year stint as a cartoonist. 
My dad and I make the only father/daughter nationally syndicated cartoonists duo. We not only had separate comic strips, we had different syndicates, and they ran some twenty years apart. I'm most proud of the fact that we covered many the same topics — in our own distinct styles and from our own perspectives.

We hope you will come and enjoy the show.

About Medialia Gallery

Established in 1992, Medialia ... Rack and Hamper Gallery specializes in small, affordable works by international artists, including: book art, medallic sculpture, small sculpture, transformable sculpture, wearable sculpture and wall hangings. Work of gallery artists is exhibited on a continual basis, along with special one-person and group exhibitions by international artists.

Founder and artistic director Mashiko Nakashima, has also established the not-for-profit, New Approach Inc. to promote emerging artists and curators, as well as to encourage public awareness and exposure to unconventional medallic art. 

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