Shawn Theodore

previousnext Juba

For Inquiries, Please Contact Us
Shawn Theodore    Juba    Archival Giclee Print on Canson Photosatin Paper    10    28" x 36"    2016

From the series Church of Broken Pieces

The Juba dance or hambone, originally known as Pattin' Juba (Giouba, Haiti: Djouba), is an American style of dance that involves stomping as well as slapping and patting the arms, legs, chest, and cheeks. "Pattin' Juba" would be used to keep time for other dances during a walkaround. A Juba Dance performance could include:

Additional Image Sizes Available:

11" x 14" - Edition of 25 
16" x 20" - Edition of 15 
28" x 36" - Edition of 10
38" x 47" - Edition of 5

All sizes signed and numbered in ink
Prices and availability are subject to change without notice

zoom zoom zoom

More Works:

Being Black Outweigh's One's BluesKijitoNwa nan Lavni (Dark Future)Off KilterTanabata's Tears at VegaSaint Paulia's WishThe Complexities of ManJubaRetrograde BoogieThe Hope for a GiftGamma Capricorn at the Castle DoorCake-Walking Through Flour ShadowsIdle IdolIt Could be You NextWarrior Covered in Celestial BodiesJudgement DayBlack Hole Quasar in CapricornThe Marching BluesAfrican American 1 & 2SupermassiBlack Women: Hieroglyphic, Dimensional, EtherealPersonal Baggage and Anonymity Aglaia of the Three GracesA Million Crosses to BearTanabata at VegaGodI Am What You See and What You Cannot
 

Inquire about :: Juba

Name

Company

Phone

E-mail*

Comments / Questions


*required