|April Bey grew up in the Caribbean (Nassau, Bahamas) and now
resides/works in Los Angeles, CA.
Bey's work is interdisciplinary and varies based on content. The work is an introspective and social critique of American and Bahamian popular culture, immigration, contemporary pop culture, feminism, and race. Racial ambiguity, ghetto culture, self-identity issues and social media communication and subcultures are also themes seen in her work.
She will have her first solo show with Coagula Curatorial in February 2017
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