I always love going to the High Museum. Each experience is unique and the Rashid Johnson exhibition was nothing short of that. It was my first time viewing his work as an artist and I felt I was thrown back into the 1970’s with a 80’s twist. Strong, yet edgy and very informative was the feeling I had going through the exhibit. My favorite artwork work that I connected with was the made up fraternity, where he created what he thought would be the ideal fraternity with men whom he felt would represent the African-American race. Because of media and history, that really meant a lot to me, because there are so many sides of black male culture. Since I am in a very diverse African-American fraternity, it made my visit to the High Museum even better to know that I am apart of something that Rashid Johnson dreamed up and presented as art.