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Photo courtesy of Chelsey Antionette

"Tignon," pronounced tēyôN, is a French word that can mean cloth or handkerchief and is used to reference the headwraps of Creole women. The "Tignon" exhibition is presented by Dallas-based artist Chesley Antoinette, together through fashion photography and wearable sculptural turbans a historical period of the 18th century is explored through women of African descent.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit, will be on display through April 26.

"Tignon," pronounced tēyôN, is a French word that can mean cloth or handkerchief and is used to reference the headwraps of Creole women. The "Tignon" exhibition is presented by Dallas-based artist Chesley Antoinette, together through fashion photography and wearable sculptural turbans a historical period of the 18th century is explored through women of African descent.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit, will be on display through April 26.

"Tignon," pronounced tēyôN, is a French word that can mean cloth or handkerchief and is used to reference the headwraps of Creole women. The "Tignon" exhibition is presented by Dallas-based artist Chesley Antoinette, together through fashion photography and wearable sculptural turbans a historical period of the 18th century is explored through women of African descent.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit, will be on display through April 26.

WHEN

WHERE

Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.fwcac.com/news/tignon-t%C4%93y%C3%B4n

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