March 20—July 31, 2018
at California Institute of Integral Studies (4th Floor Gallery)
1453 Mission St, San Francisco
In April, National Geographic will publish an issue that explicitly embarks on a reckoning with its past and its complicity in reinforcing the racism of the white American narrative through a photographic language. Join us to talk about this history and explore the implications of the magazine's decision.
White Gaze has also been published as a book by Bay Area-based Sming Sming Books, Chicago-based Candor Arts, and Los Angeles-based at land's edge, and includes text by Việt Lê, who uses Dizon's work as a starting point for a poetic exploration of the legacies of war and empire.