From the University of Michigan Museum of Art
Organized as a response to the Museum’s recent acquisition of Titus Kaphar’s Flay (James Madison), this reinstallation of one of our most prominent gallery spaces forces us to grapple with our collection of European and American art, 1650-1850. Read more about the museum’s initiative to be up close and personal about the art they have collected that shaped a movement about Blackness, but now updated to reflect the signs of the times.
Exhibition Online & In Gallery: Ongoing Exhibit
Ozi Uduma, Assistant Curator of Global Contemporary Art, The University of Michigan