Each In Their Own Voice: African-American Artists in Cleveland, 1970-2005
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This exhibition, "Each in Their Own Voice," presents a survey of the work of 23 prominent African-American artists who were active in Cleveland between 1970 and 2005, a time in the recent past characterized by breathtaking technological, cultural, social, and artistic changes - a time that has yet to be fully understood and processed by the mechanisms of history.
Cleveland State University Art Gallery
exhibition catalog, Anna Arnold, Lawrence Baker, Robert Banks, Jr., Cushmere Bell, Alfred Bright, Moe Brooker, Malcolm Brown, David Buttram, Johnny Coleman, Dexter Davis, Kevin Everson, Curlee Raven Holten, Miller Horns, Mark Howard, Michaelangelo Lovelace Sr., D. Anthony Mahone, John L. Moore, Virgie Patton-Ezelle, Angelica Pozo, Kevin Snipes, Beni Kosh, Charles Sallee, Jr., Rev. Albert Wagner, African American artists
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Cleveland State University, Art Gallery, "Each In Their Own Voice: African-American Artists in Cleveland, 1970-2005" (2009). Cleveland Memory. 8.