Solange’s Saint Heron unveils digital exhibition on singing duo Womack & Womack

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The latest exhibition in Saint Heron’s new Dossier series.

Last month, Solange announced that her Saint Heron platform would be broadening out from a musical and cultural hub into a multidisciplinary platform “that seeks to amplify vital voices”. One of the newly-launched parts of the platform is a digital Dossier project which shares “literary and visual retrospectives of radical family and artist lineages,” explained Saint Heron at the time.

The project showcases pieces from influential voices as well as creative works from artists, designers and more. These works are shared via temporary virtual exhibitions housed within the Saint Heron platform, with each Dossier available to view for 7-10 days. The first detailed the story of Saint Heron, as told by Solange.

This week, Solange announced the latest addition to the Dossier. Entitled The Womack Originals, the immersive project invites visitors into the world of singing-songwriting duo Linda and Cecil Womack (known professionally as Womack & Womack) as told by their three daughters, who perform as The Womack Sisters. The exhibition includes previously unseen home videos and archive footage, original photographs, memorabilia, music and more. Emily Bernard, the award-winning author behind Black is the Body contributes text to the Dossier.

View The Womack Originals for a limited time on the Saint Heron platform.


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