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Re/righting history : counternarratives by contemporary African-American artists : Katonah Museum of Art, March 14, 1999-May 16, 1999

Author: Barbara J Bloemink; Lisa Gail Collins; Katonah Museum of Art.
Publisher: Katonah, N.Y. : The Museum, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara J Bloemink; Lisa Gail Collins; Katonah Museum of Art.
ISBN: 0915171511 9780915171514
OCLC Number: 48221202
Notes: "To re-confirm the inextricability of African-American history from American history, African-American experience from the American experience."
Description: 36 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
Contents: Emma Amos --
Camille Billops --
Beverly Buchanan --
Michael Ray Charles --
Willie Cole --
Robert Colescott --
Tony Gray --
Kerry James Marshall --
David McGee --
Lorraine O'Grady --
Adrian Piper --
Faith Ringgold --
Lezley Saar --
Joyce Scott --
Lorna Simpson --
Kara Walker --
Carrie Mae Weems --
Pat Ward Williams --
Deborah Willis.
Other Titles: Counternarratives by contemporary African-American artists
Responsibility: Barbara J. Bloemink, guest curator ; Lisa Gail Collins, contributing essayist.

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