Fahamu Pecou

"GRAV•I•TY"

The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

Dec 2014 - Feb 14, 2015

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Installation view GRAVITY by Fahamu Pecou

Installation view GRAV•I•TY by Fahamu Pecou, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2014/15

Press Release

MOCA GA, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Fahamu Pecou: GRAV·I·TY

Exhibition Dates: December 13, 2014 - February 14, 2015

MOCA GA 2013/2014 Working Artist Project selected by Franklin Sirmans,Terri and Michael Smooke Department Head and Curator of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles

In his first solo museum exhibition, Fahamu Pecou uses the trend of “saggin” (the style which sees young men wearing pants well below their waist) as an allegory to talk about Black male mobility and agency.