Dr. Eugene Cain, ’65 is among a group of international artists from the African diaspora whose works appear in the opening of the Ourrouss Gallery in Dakar, Senegal. The exhibit’s theme is Migrations/Immigration/Expatriation/Rapatriement; it opened on December 7, 2018 and will end March 7, 2019.
Dr. Cain has seven photographs in the exhibit. He traces his love for photography back to his high school years in Birmingham, Alabama (Western Olin High School) where he was introduced to the art form by his biology teacher, Sampson Julius Bennett, a 1955 graduate of Talladega College. The title of Dr. Cain’s submitted photographs is The Eyes Have It. Here are three of his exhibit photos: