In 1976, scholar, curator, and artist David Driskell revealed the depth and breadth of African American art with a landmark exhibition, Two Centuries of Black American Art. In a new exhibition, the David C. Driskell Center for the Study of African American Art provides a sequel, a broad survey of how this art has evolved since then. Approximately 60 works in a great variety of media present a vivid sampling of the range of expression. Admission: Adults $10; free on Sundays. More info: taftmuseum.org.
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