A selection of portraits added to the 1001 Black Men series during the spring of 2015. The men are depicted as they admired, photographed, and contemplated the Kehinde Wiley exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum; plus a link to the blog where all 1001 drawings are on display.
This series of protraits imagines a day when the African American ancestors of today's Black people come back to check in with each other and check up on all of us.
Each of these drawings is a snapshot of everyday life on the other side of the San Francisco Bay, in the places where its diverse communities most often come together, on neighborhood streets, at marinas and parks, and at the farmers' markets.
Portraits of the brothers from around the way, from the 1001 Black Men series.