Queen: From the Collection of CCH Pounder
Celebrating Black Womanhood.
Featuring artwork by Africans, African-Americans, and artists from the Diaspora, the pieces on display in Queen are drawn from the personal collection of award-winning actress CCH Pounder, and span a range of styles and mediums.
Over the course of her long and distinguished career, Emmy-nominated Guyanese-American actress CCH Pounder has made a name for herself in more than just one discipline: her talents extend to the world of art collecting, too.
Featuring sculptures, paintings, and mixed media works by such luminaries as Betye and Alison Saar, Kehinde Wiley, and countless others (including a few pieces by the collector herself), Pounder's robust collection celebrates black "feminine beauty, identity, and power," says a past review from New Orleans' Times-Picayune.
CCH Pounder has over 100 film and TV credits to her name, as well as 4 Emmy Award nominations.
Harmonia Rosales, Betye Saar, Kehinde Wiley (painter of President Obama's official portrait), and others appear in Pounder's collection.
A quick look at the exhibitionThis collection grapples with themes of representation, as well as the power of black womanhood, through a range of artistic styles. Experience CCH Pounder's collection today.