Past Exhibitions 2009 | 2008 | 2007-2006 | 2005-2003
The Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, in association with Violence Transformed, is pleased to announce Idols in the Mirror: Postcards from the scene of the Crime, an exhibition of thirty-six exquisite small collages by Rene Westbrook.
All of the works are from a gift made to the Museum by Ms. Westbrook who, though presently active in Seattle, Washington, graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art and launched her early career here in Boston.
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Artists from Jamaica have distinguished themselves for their originality, energy and imagination. They have dared to become themselves, breaking free of parochialism and colonialism to become a force in the international arena. More...
The Indelible Stench of Mr. Four is a graphic novel focusing on the life of a young man who, because of a terrible accident, goes mad and becomes a serial killer. In order to hide his obsession, he finds work conducive to his malediction; mob assassin, for example, or later working for the NKVD (intelligence unit) in the Soviet Union. Pages from volume one of the unpublished novel are on display. The pages portray Mr. Four's origins as a bi-racial only child of two successful doctors at the beginning of the 20th century. More...
HERO’S STORY: New works by Cullen Washington, Jr.
The Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists is pleased to present HERO’S STORY: New Works by Cullen Washington, Jr, an exhibition of contemporary mixed-media works exploring the interplay between popular media heroes and black masculinity. The exhibition is accompanied by a twenty-eight page illustrated catalogue.More...
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HAITI: Paintings by Marilene Phipps
Though well-known as a poet, Marilene Phipps is a gifted visual artist passionately in love with paint and unafraid to probe spiritual dimensions of life as she observed and participated in it in her native Haiti. In these major paintings, she examines sites of public and personal pilgrimage, and pays respect to the humanity, dignity and character of Haitians that touched her life and work. Along the way, she infused the paintings with color and sobriety, introspection and a sense of the elegiac.
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2009 | 2008 | 2007-2006 | 2005-2003