Fotografiska Berlin will host a solo show, titled USSYPHILIA, by the Texas-born creative from September 14-January 10 as well as pieces from her 2022 exhibition AKIMBO-SPITTLE.
USSYPHILIA will premiere a video installation centered on “re-examining the understanding and creation of the image,” and also “brings new subjectivity in mythicized research around the ideas of limiting identity, sexed body beyond the identifiably human realm as a response to the political and social climate.”
The project also explores “gender, race, identity, queerness, and sexuality” with performative paintings of Huxtable’s body.
Her work explores Huxtable’s own identity as a Black trans woman, commenting on different forms of reality through the lens of her personal experiences.
But not only is Huxtable a celebrated artist with work featured in the Walker Art Center, the Institute for Contemporary Art in Boston, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Guggenheim, and more, she’s also a highly sought-after DJ.
Check out Juliana Huxtable’s exhibition USSYPHILIA on Fotografiska Berlin’s website here.
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