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Acrylic and ink on paper | 2019

Rashid’s works reference colonialism and westward expansion through the telling of world history, specifically focusing on the 18th century, while remixing global players – African, European, and indigenous peoples – in a process of storytelling and mythmaking. These works are Rashid’s first foray into prints of his original work, and capture small vignettes into his larger narrative. Combing modern cultural references like red and yellow high top fades, pitbulls and grade school typography with colonial soldier attire and antiquified paper, Rashid integrates and retells the past in a way that envisions a very different future outcome. His work makes the viewer question who is telling the stories of history, and what would we see or believe if it was told from another perspective.


11 x 14 inches


Matted: 18.5 x 21.5 x 1.25 inches

Full Bleed: 12.5 x 15.5 x 1.25 inches


The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

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“What's interesting is that history is always written by the victor. There's all these different stories, and as a black person or African-American, as you will or whatever, I haven't figured out how I really fit into this history.”
-Umar Rashid
Umar Rashid

About the Artist

Umar Rashid

Recently exhibited in the Hammer Museum (2020, 2022) and The Armory Show (New York), Umar Rashid (also known as Frohawk Two Feathers) uses painting and illustration to investigate and reframe and reclaim colonial narratives. Public collections include: Brooklyn Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hudson River Museum, and Nevada Museum of Art.

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8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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