THE FOXWORTH THEORY featuring SOULEO & LAVETT BALLARD
November 10, 2021
Hosted by Eugenia Foxworth
Souleo and Lavett Ballard stopped by to chat with host, Eugenia Foxworth of The Foxworth Theory about the new art on display in Newark at the "Dionne Warwick: Queen of Twitter" Exhibit. Yes, Dionne is at it again and she as usual is a hit with twitter and young movers and shakers of the internet, who seem to go viral each time she tweets something. Dionne Warwick: Queen of Twitter is an art exhibition inspired by a single Twitter account user: @DionneWarwick. In 2020, the legendary entertainer’s account went viral and was covered by major media outlets. Her commentary–on everything from perplexing celebrity stage names (yes, we’re looking at you, The Weeknd and Chance the Rapper) to social justice issues–has offered laughs, wisdom, and comfort for an intergenerational audience during the Covid-19 pandemic and civil unrest. In this exhibition, artists have created specially commissioned works referencing the humorous, sassy, profound, and inspirational tweets by Ms. Warwick. The works range from site-specific installations to mixed media pieces exploring Ms. Warwick’s social justice and spiritual background and that sharp wit that makes her everyone’s favorite “Auntie.” Accompanying these works is an intimate selection of archival material spotlighting her illustrious and groundbreaking career. The exhibit has been extended.
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Hello, I’m Eugenia Foxworth. I’m an entrepreneur and businesswoman who’s supported the arts, fashion, culture and those who brought these many areas to the forefront of their careers. My roles have a renaissance range from boutique owner of imported fashions to art gallery owner and curator to the first African American female president of an international real estate organization’s office based in the United States.