Othello Re-imagined in Sepia

July 17December 16, 2018
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum


Curlee Raven Holton reinvents Shakespeare’s Othello in a suite of prints created at the Venice Printmaking Studio in 2012. Holton explores the inner life and public persona of the Moor of Venice, bringing to his story contemporary ideas about race, identity, and love.

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