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Aisha Cousins

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2013 Artist-In-Residence


Aisha Cousins is a Brooklyn based artist. Her work has been performed on the streets of historically black neighborhoods from BedStuy to Brixton, as well as in conjunction with institutions such as the Museum Of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Houston’s Project Row Houses, the Kitchen, MoMA|PS1, and most recently Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program. Her work has been featured on television and in print, including coverage in The New York Times and The Studio Museum in Harlem’s Magazine. Artifacts from her 365 day project “From Here I Saw What Happened and I Could Not Understand” can be found in the in the Brooklyn Museum’s collection.


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