the art/sculpture of UZIKEE

Racism in the Public Arts

1464 Belmont St. N.W.
Washington, DC 20009

Paul Robeson, Here I Stand

UZIKEE'S icons are intended to rejuvenate our ancestral memory, to educate, to improve the self-esteem of African-Americans and to infuse African design and aesthetics into the subconscious culture. His sculptures are designed to bridge the gap between African ritual and abstract art, as well as bridge the gap between African and Western culture.
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The Spirit of Thurgood Marshall: Real Justice!

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By Uzikee, "El Dorodo Gold"