Wendel White: Schools for the Colored
In collaboration with CENTER
, photo-eye is pleased to announce Wendel White's Schools for the Colored
— now on view in our Bookstore Project Space through November 26th, 2016. In this series of black-and-white images, Wendel White photographs the remains, transformation, or imagined footprint of structures once used as segregated schools along the northern border of the Mason-Dixon Line.
“The architecture and geography of America’s educational apartheid, in the form of a system of “colored schools,” within the landscape of southern New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois is the central concern of this project. — Wendel White
White has been invited to participate in 2016's Review Santa Fe, and photo-eye is proud to have his powerful project on display during the festival.
For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director