The exhibit consists of prints, drawings, and photographs created by contemporary artists of color who use their work to re-examine difficult events in the history of the Americas. Artists represented include Carrie Mae Weems, Willie Cole, Kara Walker, Deborah Muirhead-Dancy, Enrique Chagoya, Roger Shimomura, and Kay Walkingstick. Works are loaned from private and public collections, including the permanent collection of the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum. Through December 18.
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