Landscapes, lynchings offer unexpected inspiration for ArtRage exhibit

A muddy looking painting of trees along a rural road.

Keith Morris Washington’s pieces in “Within Our Gates: Site and Memory in the American Landscape” depict locations where lynchings took place.

"Cordie Cheek" by Keith Morris Washington, which references a hanging that took place on a rural road near Columbia, Tenn. (Courtesy photo)


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