Blog / Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey opens at Brooklyn Museum.

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Once upon a time she said, I’m not afraid and her enemies became afraid of her The End

We’ve collected some of the great moments during the opening of our traveling exhibition Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey at Brooklyn Museum

 
 
  1. Next stop: Brooklyn!
     
     
  2. Made it to NYC for the @WangechiMutu opening at the @brooklynmuseum – big congrats to Wangechi and Trevor @toschoon! #excited #Art #afropunk
     
     
  3. Brooklyn Museum #wangechimutu Rock on sista
     
     
  4. At the Brooklyn Museum for Wangechi Mutu’s opening!!
     
     
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    Celebrated Around the World, Kenyan-born Brooklyn Resident Wangechi Mutu gets Brooklyn Museum Retrospective | nydailynews.com/entertainment/…
     
     
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    Mysticism, alchemy, nature, and the black female form all come together at #WangechiMutu‘s opening tonight @brooklynmuseum
     
     
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    Loved this installation at Wangechi Mutu’s retrospective #art #wangechimutu #brooklyn #newyorkcity by… instagram.com/p/fSOfjCI7_c/
     
     
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    This wayback Wednesday goes out to Wangechi Mutu! Congratulations on the opening of ‘A Fantastic… instagram.com/p/fQjzbbOEes/
     
     
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    At Artist Wangechi Mutu Brooklyn museum opening party #wangechi #musicianlife #brooklynmuseum #art
     
     
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