In this exhibit of both painting and installation, she uses her works, which are a highly contemporary survey of popular culture, to send a strong, positive message about Black Women in America, as seen through their eyes.
Using the backdrop of American institutions like Barbie, Kamara tackles political and current issues like cultural appropriation, fetishization, casual and systematic racism in a playful, but powerful tone.
Kamara's controversial artwork also serves as activism. Her works often garner many detractors along with admirers, spurring passionate, insightful debates that are both enlightening and culturally important and relevant. More than anything, Kamara’s artwork and Protect Black Women, the exhibition represent the NOW.