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Eeven a quick glance at the large-scale paintings of Elizabeth Colomba (b. 1976) presents unexpected contrasts — of modern and historic sensibilities, of contemporary and period settings, of France and the Caribbean — what the artist calls “the fusing of my two worlds.” Born and raised near Paris, she is from a family with roots on the French island of Martinique. Colomba’s art features a deep-seated acknowledgement of the past that bodes well for the future, allowing her to explore her dual background and reshape narratives touching on Black individualism and culture in the late 1800s.

Today Colomba works in a studio in midtown Manhattan, but she grew up in the Paris suburb of Épinay-sur-Seine. In search of opportunity, her parents had

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