David Hammons, Senga Nengudi, and John Outterbridge, along with other artists, gather at Suzanne Jackson’s Gallery 32 to eat and talk.
Suzanne Jackson founds Gallery 32 (1968–70) out of her studio at 672 North Lafayette Park Place, near MacArthur Park, around the corner from Otis and Chouinard Art Institute.
David Hammons exhibits his body prints at Gallery 32.
Emory Douglas has a solo exhibition at Suzanne Jackson’s Gallery 32 in Los Angeles. The exhibition serves as a fundraiser for Black Panther Party programs, including free breakfast for children, free health clinics, and freeing political prisoners.
Suzanne Jackson organizes a solo exhibition of Black Panther Party member Emory Douglas at Gallery 32. The LAPD and FBI visit the gallery throughout the exhibition to monitor it.
John Outterbridge is included in a group exhibition at Gallery 32.
Gallery 32 hosts Sapphire Show: You’ve come a long way, baby, an exhibition of work by six black women artists including Suzanne Jackson and Senga Nengudi. It is the first survey of black women artists in Los Angeles.
As a fundraiser, Gallery 32 exhibits work by children taking classes at the Watts Towers Arts Center.
Emory Douglas David Hammons Suzanne Jackson Senga Nengudi John Outterbridge Art Institute of Chicago California Chouinard Los Angeles Otis Watts Towers
Emory Douglas David Hammons Suzanne Jackson Senga Nengudi John Outterbridge Charles White Art Institute of Chicago Brockman Gallery California Chicago Chouinard Gallery 32 Los Angeles Otis UCLA Studio Z
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