Listen to an audio tour featuring Kehinde Wiley and local activists.
Hear Kehinde Wiley speak about his haunting meditation on the legacies of colonialism and systemic racism. This free audio tour of Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence features Wiley and local activists, including Oakland-based educator and activist Hodari Davis and Reverend Wanda Johnson, mother of Oscar Grant.
This audio tour is made possible by the generous support of Google.org. To access the audio tour at the de Young museum, please visit the ticketing desk for a headset or bring your own device and scan the QR code in the galleries.
Frances Homan Jue
Narrator: Abram Jackson, director of interpretation, FAMSF
Welcome: Tom Campbell, director, FAMSF
Claudia Schmuckli, curator, FAMSF
Kehinde Wiley, artist
Rev. Wanda Johnson, founder, Oscar Grant Foundation
Hodari Davis, chief innovation officer, Edutainment for Equity
- 130 Introduction
- 131 Dying Gaul, Roman 1st Century, 2022, bronze
- 132 Femme piquée par un serpent (Mamadou Gueye), 2022, painting
- 133 Young Tarentine II (Ndeye Fatou Mbaye), 2022, painting
- 134 Christian Martyr Tarcisius (El Hadji Malick Gueye), 2022, painting
- 135 The Body of the Dead Christ in the Tomb (Babacar Mané), 2022, bronze
- 136 Young Tarantine (Mamadou Gueye), 2022, bronze
- 137 The Virgin Martyr Cecilia (Ndey Buri), 2022, painting
- 138 The Death of Hyacinth (Ndey Buri Mboup), 2022, painting
- 139 Youth Mourning, 2022, bronze
- 140 An Archaeology of Silence, 2022, bronze
Kehinde Wiley: An Archaeology of Silence is on view at the de Young from March 18 through October 15, 2023.