Compére Collective Presents: Little Windows Before I Forget by Grace Aki

We are kicking off 2024 strong at Compère, welcoming back Grace Aki with her exhibit, “Little Windows Before I Forget.”

Her collection explores fleeting images, long lasting mental frames, and savoring it all through photography, ink, and paint. Join us on February 2nd from 6-8pm for the Opening Reception, with light bites, refreshments, and tunes by DJ DISISLIM. 

If you can’t make the reception, stop by the gallery M-F for the month of February to view the exhibit – we’d love to see you!

MORE ABOUT GRACE AKI: ​​From Japanese and American Southern roots, Grace Aki has a taste for the culture. Her love of art through pop culture and the changing world around her is translated into paper mediums using watercolors and ink. This exhibition shows a visual diary from the pandemic lockdown, her love of film, television, and theatre, and a reflection of ever-changing self-worth. As a visual artist, storyteller, and writer she is using this opportunity of expression to benefit many of those hurting who need to feel seen. Grace is the solo performer and playwright of “to free a mockingbird.” Her storytelling podcast, “Tell Me on a Sunday” recently featured a long-form storytelling episode entitled “Her Story” chronicling narcissistic abuse and freedom found in art and recovery during the pandemic. Grace’s artwork is available on Etsy, her Instagram @graceakimade it, at Ponce City Market’s Citizen Supply in Atlanta, and Lovelocked in Jersey City.

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