On January 13, 2023, “FUTURE WITHOUT FEAR,” a new art and culture exhibit debuted at the Praz-Delavallade gallery. This beautiful photography exhibit will delve into the nuanced topics of mental health, young Black motherhood, alienation, individuality, intersectionality, poverty, and community. “FUTURE WITHOUT FEAR” runs through Jan. 26, 2023.

More info from the gallery: The “FUTURE WITHOUT FEAR Art and Culture Exhibit explores the hopes and dreams of young people from underrepresented communities as they navigate through this moment in history. The experience has been crafted around one key question: “If you had no fear, no barriers, who would you be?”

The art and culture exhibit will delve into the nuanced topics of mental health, young Black motherhood, alienation, individuality, intersectionality, poverty, and community. Yet it celebrates the vision, tenacity, and optimism of those working to lead us into our collective future – a world without boundaries, outdated modalities, and most importantly without fear. It was conceived with the core mission of elevating the voices of a generation at risk.

Featured photographers include Kennedi Carter, Magdalena Wosinska, Naima Green, Clifford Prince King, Abdi Ibrahim, Doug Segars. The exhibit was created by THE WORK – a storytelling and innovation group that specializes in shaping culture infused with social impact. This exhibit is free and open to the public.

January 13 – 26, 2023

What:  “FUTURE WITHOUT FEAR,” group exhibition
Where: Praz-Delavallade Los Angeles, 6150 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90048
Website: https://www.praz-delavallade.com/  http://www.futurewithoutfear.world