Mary & Leigh Block Museum of Art
Chicago, Illinois

To support A Site of Struggle: Making Meaning of Anti-Black Violence in American Art and Visual Culture, an exhibition investigating the conceptual and aesthetic strategies that American artists and activists have used to reckon with the issue of anti-Black violence through art and visual culture created between 1895 and 2017. Including approximately 75 artworks in modes from realism to abstraction, and in a range of media including photography, painting, sculpture, video, and sound, the exhibition travels to the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts and is accompanied by an English-language catalogue.

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