Say It Loud includes the work of world-renowned contemporary Black artists who document and challenge dominant historical perspectives and events.

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Kehinde Wiley, Prince Albert, Prince Consort of Queen Victoria, 2013. Courtesy of Hedy Fisher and Randy Shull

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By appointment only. Call or email to schedule an appointment starting Aug 17.

Exhibition

From the collection of Hedy Fischer and Randy Shull, Say It Loud includes the work of world-renowned contemporary Black artists who document and challenge dominant historical perspectives and events. The exhibition illustrates the struggles and achievements of African-Americans, with themes focused on ethnic identity, institutional racism, gender, and beauty. Works come from an array of Guggenheim, Whitney, and MoMA artists, including Kehinde Wiley (Obama’s official portraitist), Kerry James Marshall, Alison Saar, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Mickalene Thomas, Hank Willis Thomas, and Sanford Biggers.

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