Sculptures by the artists, from underrepresented communities, will be on display as part of the U.S. Tennis Association’s Be Open social justice campaign.
Armory Off-Site, a program of the Armory Show, has partnered with the United States Tennis Association to showcase sculptural works at the U.S. Open by five artists from marginalized communities.
The works will be displayed throughout the site of the Open, the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, in late August and early September.
The partnership builds on the Be Open social justice campaign spearheaded by the tennis association’s managing director of marketing, Nicole Kankam. With diversity, inclusion and respect as cornerstones of the campaign, in 2020 the tennis
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