Documents Out On Loan

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The Color Line: African-American Artists and the Civil Rights in the United States

Musée du quai Branly, Paris, France
October 4, 2016- January 22, 2017

The exhibition focuses on the civil rights movement in the United States from the perspective of artists who have been the subject of discrimination. Included in the exhibition is Horace Pippin's illustrated memoir of his experiences during World War I.

This exhibition will not travel.


World War I and American Art

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Anna Coleman Ladd's facial reconstruction documentation photographs of World War I soldiers are included in this exhibition which examines the impact that this war had on American Art.

The Archives of American Art material will not travel.

Horace Pippin memoir of his experiences in World War I

WWI soldier facial reconstruction documentation photograph

Horace Pippin memoir of his experiences in World War I

WWI soldier facial reconstruction documentation photograph


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