A Curator's Perspective: Dimensions Of Black

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Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego says
In collaboration with the San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art (SDAAMFA), MCASD will present an exhibition of works by African American artists anchored by the Museum’s own holdings. SDAAMFA is committed to educating residents and visitors to San Diego about the history and artistic contributions of African American culture through exhibitions and interpretive programs. This mission resonates with MCASD’s own collection, which includes a significant number of works by leading African American artists. Celebrate the opening of this exhibition by taking part in a gallery walkthrough led by the curator of this exhibition, Anthony Graham. This conversation-based tour invites visitors to ask questions and learn about the exhibition, artist’s processes, or particular works of art and receive first-hand knowledge about the installation and curatorial process soon after the exhibition’s opening. This program is free for Members, and free to non-members with paid Museum admission. Image: Lorna Simpson, Guarded Conditions, 1989, 18 color Polaroid prints, 21 engraved plastic plaques, and plastic letters, overall dimensions: 91 x 131 in., Collection Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
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