Black Power in Print — The Museum of Fine Arts Boston

An online exhibit helps us realize what it took for African Americans to gain access to America’s art museums.

Featured image: Dana Chandler gives a gallery talk in “Afro-American Artists: New York and Boston,” 1970 *National Center of Afro-American Artists records (M042). Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections, Boston, Massachusetts. Box 26, Folder 3. *Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

By Daniel Gauss

Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts has an excellent online exhibit and internet resource zone which covers such issues as the visual iconography of the…

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