History Refused to Die-Alabama's African-American Self-Taught Artists in Context

March 14 - May 31, 2015



 

Additional images of objects in the exhibition

 

(above: Charlie Lucas (American, born 1951), Three-Way Bicycle, ca. 1985, Welded found materials. Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama; William S. Arnett Collection of the Souls Grown Deep Foundation)

 

(above: Ronald Lockett (American, 1965-1998), The Hunting Ground, 1994, Cut and found tin, colored pencil, and nails on wood. Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama; Collection of William Arnett)

 

(above: Joe Minter (American, born 1943), Freedom and Captivity, 2009, Handcuffs, found steel, metal eagle, birdcage, padlock and chains. Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama; Collection of William Arnett)


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