“To the Colored Waiting Room” by Marion Palfi: June Collection Highlight
By Brittany Mizell, Public Relations Specialist, High Museum of Art
As part of her work as a Mellon Curatorial Fellow in the African Art department, Nyaradzai Mahachi has curated a photography installation centered on the generation empowered during the civil rights movement. The selected photographs include images depicting children and feature photographs of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; Myrlie Evers, a leading civil rights activist; and Mahalia Jackson, who is considered one of the most influential vocalists of the twentieth century.
In this month’s collection highlight, we take a look at one of the included photographs, Marion Palfi’s To the Colored Waiting Room, currently on view in the Stent Family Wing on the Skyway Level.
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