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  • 'If you got Funk, you got style' Recording as both Parliament and Funkadelic, George Clinton revolutionized popular music during the...

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    "If you got Funk, you got style"

     

    Recording as both Parliament and Funkadelic, George Clinton revolutionized popular music during the ‘70s and ‘80s with an avant-garde sensibility that continues today.
    For over five decades, his unparalleled sound has been cited as the DNA of Hip Hop and Urban Culture. As a visual artist, Clinton’s body of work is as adventurous and eclectic as his music.
     He delights in transforming our capacity to dance to the rhythm of vision. 

    The iconic Mothership (centerpiece stage prop) for Parliament-Funkadelic is on permanent display at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC.

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    2021

    "FunkBasel Solo Exhibition"

    Soho Beach House/ 4385 Collins Ave. Miami Beach FL

     

    "Free your Mind Solo Exhibition"

    Spillman / Blackwell Fine Art / 866 Camp Street New Orleans LA

     

    2018

    "How the West got Funked up!"

    William Grant Stills Art Center / LACA

     

    2016

    Mothership prop acquired by the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture / Washington DC

     

    “George Clinton Solo Exhibition”

    Jackson State University’s Gallery 1  / Jackson Mississippi

     

    “The Mothership Returns to Tokyo”

    Parliament-Funkadelic Tribute Art Show / Nos Org (Shibuya) / Tokyo

     

    “The Mothership Returns”

    Parliament-Funkadelic Tribute Art Show 

    Melt Gallery / LACA

     

    2011

    “Meet the Artist”

    Apple Store Event / Chicago, Illinois

     

    2009

    “The Sharpie Show”

    Crew West Gallery / LACA

     

    2007

    “Sonic Visuals”

    Submerge Group Exhibition / Detroit, Michigan 

     

    1998

    An exhibit of works, including paper, prints, and mixed media on canvas

    FACT Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA