Huey’sRe-Mix

About

Huey’s Re-Mix is a project that explores the multiplicity of appropriations of the original photograph of Huey P. Newton, co-founder and Minister of Defence of The Black Panther Party of Self-Defence depicted as a “Black Urban Warrior” (As said by Kathleen Cleaver). Taking the ‘copy’ as starting point the project seeks to answer the question: what message is sampled here?

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2018: Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland & Tim Weatherspoon as members of the Black Panther Party@ Halloween 2018

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2018: I am Queen Mary

I Am Queen Mary by Danish artist Jeannette Ehlers and Virgin Islands artist La Vaughn Belle

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Huey’s remix 2017: Jay Z’s The Story of OJ

Screenshot taken at [2'10''] from "The Story of OJ" by Jay-Z and Mark Romanek

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2017: Marvel’s Black Panther

Found on Tumblr, ©eddoart

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2017: Mahogany Jones

Photo courtesy of Jenny Risher. Revolution Tribute, 2017. Hip-hop artists Mahogany Jones, Che, ReddBone, Alexis Allon, Ellie Sandiego, Piper Carter and Lakia Nicole

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2016: Beyoncé & Serena Williams

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2015: Paris’ Hard Truth Soldier

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2013: Whip it good by Jeannette Ehlers

Promotional image for performance Whip it Good by Jeannette Ehlers

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Huey’s Re-mix 2013: Jennifer Moon

Jennifer Moon, There Is Nothing Left but Freedom, detail of You Can Kill My Body, but You Can’t Kill My Soul, 2013

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2011: Freddie Gibbs

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2008: Otabenga Jones

Grow Black Growth Activity page 14 2008, Otabenga Jones and Associates, Xerox booklet. Courtesy of the artist.

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Huey’s Re-mix 2004: Sam Durant

Sam Durant - Proposal for Monument to Huey Newton at Alameda County Courthouse, Oakland, CA., 2004

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Huey’s Re-mix 2003: Missy Elliott

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2003: Big Boi

Albumcover of Big Boi's side of the album Speakerbox/ The Love Below by Outkast.

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Huey’s Re-Mix 2000: Fear of a Black Marker by Keith Knight

Fear Of A Black Marker: Another K Chronicles Compendium (2000) by Keith Knight

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Huey’s Re-Mix 1995: Marcus Chong

Mario van Peebles reconstructs 'Newton in Wicker chair' with Marcus Chong as Huey

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Huey’s Re-Mix 1979: Uncle Jam a.k.a. George Clinton

Uncle Jam Wants You, cover photo (by Diem M. Jones) and artwork (by Pedro Bell), 1979

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Huey’s Re-Mix 1975: Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson

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The origins of the Peacock chair

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Heuy’s Re-Mix 1972: Eddie Kendricks People… Hold On

Eddie Kendricks People... Hold On. Photography by Weldon Arthur McDougal III

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Huey’s Re-Mix 1970: Happy Birthday Huey

Found on 18.10.2017 at SOUL OF A NATION: Art in the Age of Black Power @ Tate Modern

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Huey’s Re-Mix 1968: bullethole-edition

Photo by Stephen Shames, found in Power to the People, The world of the Black Panther by Stephen Shames and Bobby Seale, 2016; page 6.

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Huey’s Re-Mix 1968: Free Huey rally

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Huey’s Remix 1968: absence

Found in "Black Against Empire' by Joshua Bloom and Waldo E. Martin Jr.

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Huey’s Re-mix 1967: Huey in front of Huey

Huey Newton posed in front of a poster of himself at the Black Panthers headquarters in July 1967. © Ted Streshinsky

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Huey’s Re-Mix 1967: the ‘original’ Huey P. Newton

Rights and Reproductions The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley, CA 94720-6000

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