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Several works in the Chrysler Museum’s collection were made by Black artists who fashioned their adversities into art. Silenced by society, they created pieces that embody their experiences with racial inequality and injustice. Explore the Black experience in America through art in a conversation led by docent Becky Livas, McKinnon Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art Kimberli Gant, PhD, and Dr. Amelia Ross-Hammond and Joan Rhodes-Copeland from the African American Cultural Center of Virginia.
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Image: Elizabeth Catlett (American, 1915–2012), Ife, 2002, Mahogany, Gift of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., by exchange, in honor of Andrew S. Fine in recognition of his outstanding service as a Museum Trustee and as Board Chairman, 1999–2002, 2002.3Sign up