Hebru visits Europe with new installation in Geneva

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Hebru Brantley’s star continues to rise with a new installation at the Frank Pages Gallery in Geneva. The installation features Brantley’s signature style and characterizations of the “Fly Boy” and “Fly Girl” whose colorful and silent homage to the Tuskegee Airmen have been rewarded with international acclaim. This new show is named “And All I Got was Sunshine.”

This comes just about a weekafter the ending of his “Parade Day Rain” show at the Chicago Cultural Center, a whimsical and physical installation that drew several thousand visitors over the course of the summer. Brantley also has two paintings on display at the US Embassy in Stockholm.

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