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Group show: African American Art: Harlem Renaissance, Civil Rights Era, and Beyond (still more than 3 weeks)

29 June 2014 until 21 September 2014
Crocker Art Museum

Crocker Art Museum
216 O Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
USA (city map, hotel accommodation)

tel +1 916 264 1179

Group show (43 Artists)

Benny Andrews  1930-2006, US

Richmond Barthé  1901-1989, US

Romare Bearden  1911-1988, US

John Biggers  1924-2001, US

Frederick J. Brown  1945-2012, US

Claude Clark  1915-2001, US

Eldzier Cortor  1916, US

Allan Rohan Crite  1910-2007, US

Emilio Cruz  1938-2004, US

Roy DeCarava  1919-2009, US

Beauford Delaney  1901-1979, US

Joseph Delaney  1904-1991, US

Thornton Dial Sr.  1928, US

Melvin Edwards  1937, US

Frederick Eversley  1941, US

Roland L. Freeman  1936, US

Herbert Gentry  1919-2003, US

Sam Gilliam  1933, US

Tony Gleaton  1948, US

Felrath Hines  1913-1993, US

Earlie Hudnall, Jr.  1946, US

Richard Hunt  1935, US

Malvin Gray Johnson  1896-1934, US

Sargent Claude Johnson  1887-1967, US

William H. Johnson  1901-1970, US

Lois Mailou Jones  1905-1998, US

Jacob Lawrence  1917-2000, US

Hughie Lee-Smith  1915-1999, US

Norman Lewis  1909-1979, US

Robert McNeill  1917-2005, US

Keith Morrison  1942, JM

Marilyn Nance  1953, US

Gordon Parks  1912-2006, US

James A. Porter  1905-1970, US

John T. Scott  1940-2007, US

Charles Searles  1937-2004, US

Renee Stout  1958, US

Alma Thomas  1891-1978, US

Bob Thompson  1937-1966, US

Ellis Wilson  1899-1977, US

Hale Woodruff  1900-1980, US

Kenneth Victor Young  1933, US

James van der Zee  1886-1983, US
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