Frohawk Two Feathers
Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers)
I paint white on my face to see the ghosts in the living. Then I know who got to go.
30" x 22" unframed, 34"x 26" framed. Mixed media on paper.
• This is an original piece from Frohawk Two Feathers's solo exhibition, We don’t need no water Le temps de la Chevauchée, at Narwhal Projects, Toronto.
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Over the past seven years, Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers) has chronicled the global struggles between two mythic, colonial superpowers: the Frenglish Empire, an imagined amalgam of France, the United Kingdom and Ireland, and the Kingdom of Holland and Zeeland. In We don’t need no water Le temps de la Chevauchée, Two Feathers builds upon the narrative of his last exhibition, The War of The Mourning Arrows.
About Frohawk Two Feathers
Two Feathers earned his BA at Southern Illinois University in 2000 and has had recent solo exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, Colorado, Taylor de Cordoba Gallery, Los Angeles, and Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town. Recent group shows include exhibitions at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York, and Tilton Gallery, New York.