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Green Family Art Foundation
Black Abstractionists: From Then ‘til Now
, curated by Dexter Wimberly focuses on Black abstract artists spanning multiple generations, starting in the 1960s with Alma Thomas and ending with young artists working today, such as Michaela Yearwood-Dan and Vaughn Spann. The history of Black artists working in abstraction is inseparable from the history of modern and contemporary art. This in-depth exhibition also includes works by Beauford Delaney, Sam Gilliam, Ed Clark, Jack Whitten, David Hammons, Julie Mehretu, Mark Bradford and several others.