9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery
Ibou Ndoye’s paintings are populated with the “neighbors” of his homeland Senegal, as well as his adopted homes, Hoboken and Jersey City. They wrestle, play music, and dress in colorful garments, for example. During his recent visit to Senegal, after eighteen years of living in the United States, he rediscovered his artistic and cultural roots and expresses them through dynamic forms and colors. This exhibition is part of NJCU Black History Month Celebration and co-sponsored by Black Alumni, Administrator, Faculty, Staff and Student Organization (BAAFSSO).
Reception: February 4, 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
(Ibou Ndoye, The Wrestler, 2016, mixed media on canvas)