Location: Clapham Library | 91 Clapham High Street, London SW4 7DB
**Situated in the Mary Seacole Centre at the heart of the High Street, Lambeth's first self-service library. Will Host Jackson's 1st Solo Exhibition In London United Kingdom.
Exhibition runs: NOVEMBER - JANUARY 2019
Identity, body image, love and relationships, politics, issues concerning women, the divine sanctity of life, tolerance, cultural, sexual and gender inclusivity, along with the exploration of iconic symbols are all reoccurring themes in Jackson’s artistic practice. Jackson left Jamaica West Indies where she spent her formative years in orphanages and ghettos, at the age of 16 to start her life anew with her adopted mother in the United States. The relationship lasted 10 years till Jackson’s graduation from the Long Island University, in Long Island New York 2011. Come Celebrate a sixteen year journey of a dark skinned immigrant woman transitioning from girl-hood to womanhood living and working in the United States. Enjoy the multi-layered creations of Jackson’s experiences. Allow your contemporary state to be excited, be inspired to take action, be your true self, love, heal and release.
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