The Black Mary Exhibit is a photojournalism exhibit from mother-daughter duo Kanika and Renata Sago. The project re-imagines Mary Poppins—the popular British nanny of the early 1900s—as a modern-day Black woman invoking joy and power in marginalized communities across the United States. The exhibit features original images taken in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, and Orlando. The exhibit debuted in Orlando in February, with a five-week display at the downtown Orlando Public Library. For inquiries about receiving the exhibit at your institution, contact Renata Sago.
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