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"Complex Conversations:" debuted at the Richmond Center for Visual Arts in 2013.  It  covers more than thirty years of Willie Cole's work, from three-dimensional sculpture to drawing and printmaking. The exhibition establishes thematic consistencies and intense interactions of his art and its focus on key consumer objects like hairdryers, high heel shoes, and, above all, the steam iron. In Cole’s deft hands and multileveled sensibility, his art connects the personal and the spiritual, everyday consumer objects and multi-layered metaphor, and African-American and US history and reality within a global perspective.  The catalog  is 63 pages and includes over 50 full color illustrations, and an esaay from independent curator  Patterson Sims.


WILLIE COLE IS REPRESENTED IN NYC BY ALEXANDER AND BONIN GALERY 212 367 7474