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January 2015
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« Represent: 200 Years of African American Art » at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia.

Smoking My Pipe, 1934, by Samuel Joseph Brown, Jr. Public Works of Art Project, on long-term loan to the Philadelphia Museum of Art from the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration

For a long time unknown, the work of African American artists is brought to the forefront in this special exhibition.

Across an enormous range of stories, subjects, styles and various mediums, work by artists such as Horace Pippin, Jacob Lawrence, Alma Thomas et Carrie Mae Weens, amongst others, covers two centuries of history. A wonderful insight into the engagement of African American artists with the different movements that have marked world history.
Until 5th April.
www.philamuseum.org

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