演講: 國家的靈魂:黑人權力時代的藝術

de Young 博物館 / 三藩市美術博物館合作的藝術講座
星期三, 2/3/2021
7:00 - 8:00
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de Young博物館的講者以視覺方式展示國家靈魂Soul of Nation,這是黑人藝術家在二十年關鍵時期中創作的藝術,當時種族和身份問題占主導地位,並定義了公共和私人交談。

1963年可能是《解放宣言》結束南方奴隸制100周年,但貧窮、偏見、種族主義、種族隔離和挫折感在這個國家仍然十分猖獗。探索黑人藝術家如何回應這些社會和文化情況。

國家的靈魂:黑人權力時代的藝術由Tate舉辦

2019-2020年,倫敦現代美術在de Young博物館展出並獲得好評。

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