Black Existential Musings: an Evening Talk with Artist/Writer Mark Doox, October 14, 2020

Mark Doox is a writer and narrative based visual artist whose mixed media acrylic collage paintings use aspects of Byzantine and early Italo-religious icons as the basis of his “icon” styled artwork that he calls Byz-Dada (Byzantine Dadaism.)

Mark is amazingly accomplished artist and includes world class icon paintings at Saint Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church in San Francisco, California, known as the ‘Dancing Saints’ in his long art career. His current body of work offers insights on his experiences of being African-American in America on a level that speaks louder than words. This work goes beyond ‘just art for art’s sake’ and is a profound reflection of his personal wisdom on race that is especially timely.

The free online talk is hosted by the Florida State University of Art History and is open to the public on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 3:30PM Mountain Time. For access to the event, register with Eventbrite at:

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