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Next: 28 Art Curators to Watch Who Took on New Appointments in 2018

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  A SELECT GROUP OF BLACK CURATORS is making significant contributions to the museum field—collaborating with artists, organizing important exhibitions, shaping collections and programming, and taking advantage of opportunities to lend their expertise beyond their institutions. Their representation is growing, slowly, but their presence and achievements remain rare. On the American museum front, among curators,...
Latest News in African American Art: SFMOMA Honoring Kara Walker, Titus Kaphar Nabs Rappaport Prize, Studio Museum Hires Legacy Russell, Akili Tommasino Joining MFA Boston

Latest News in African American Art: SFMOMA Honoring Kara Walker, Titus Kaphar Nabs Rappaport Prize, Studio Museum Hires Legacy Russell, Akili Tommasino Joining MFA Boston

Cleveland Museum of Art   The following review of the past week or so presents a snapshot of the latest news in African American art and related culture:   NEWS The Cleveland Museum of Art announced its first Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion plan on Aug. 12. The result of a year-and-a-half collaboration among the institutions’s...
Black Curators Have Been Making Significant Strides, Art Museums are Finally Getting on Board to Aid Their Progress

Black Curators Have Been Making Significant Strides, Art Museums are Finally Getting on Board to Aid Their Progress

Legacy Russell, Larry Ossei-Mensah, and Naomi Beckwith, took on new curatorial roles this week.   THE FOURTH ITERATION of Made in L.A. is currently on view at the Hammer Museum. The biennial features 33 emerging and under-recognized artists, some of the most interesting and thought-provoking figures working in the Los Angeles area. Spanning nearly four...