"Richmond Residential Security" - an installation at 1708Gallery's
InLight annual evening art event, November 12 to 15, 2020.
The installation includes 8 maps of Richmond, Virginia, that illuminate areas
of the city that were deemed to be at high risk for loans
by mortgage companies in the early 20th century,
based in part on neighborhoods' residents by race and national origin.
The artwork is installed at Moore's garage, an historic black-owned business on Broad Street
and a National historic Landmark.
Additional information on the maps, installation and InLight at richmondresidentialsecurity.com.
Located Downtown at historic Moore's Auto Body in the heart of redlining in Richmond in the 1920s.
Located Downtown at historic Moore's Auto Body in the heart of redlining in Richmond in the 1920s.
Eight panels depicting redlining in the urban core.
Eight panels depicting redlining in the urban core.
On view November 12-15, 2020.
On view November 12-15, 2020.
Map panels demonstrate the prevalence of redlining in downtown Richmond, VA,. 1923.
Map panels demonstrate the prevalence of redlining in downtown Richmond, VA,. 1923.
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