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Carl Robert Pope Jr.

(*1961 Indianapolis, Indiana, lives in Indianapolis)

focuses on the social conditions of African-American society in America in his preferred media of photography and video. He held lectures at the University of North Carolina, the State University of New York, and the University of Illinois, among others. His work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions at Mobile Museum of Art, Alabama; City Site Projects/​Atlanta Arts Festival, Atlanta; Raw Space, ARC Gallery, Chicago; Cunningham Gallery, Indianapolis, among others. They have been included in group exhibitions at the Whitney Museum, New York City; MoMA, New York City; Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio; Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Texas; CA2M, Madrid; Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis; Richmond Art Museum, Richmond; Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, among others.