|Title||Color, Culture, Complexity - November 23, 2002 - February 16, 2003|
|Collection||Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Exhibition Folders|
|Catalog Number||MOEX 001-005|
|Creator||Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia|
|Extent of Description||One accordion folder|
|Scope & Content||
Exhibition folder holds materials generated from the Color, Culture, Complexity exhibition including CD of images from the installation, press releases, printed invitations and exhibition catalogs, copies of reviews, and announcements for panel discussion (2002-2003). Exhibition research include resumes, artist statements and copies of reviews from artist's past exhibitions. Loan agreements for each artist and some shipping receipts are included in the logistical materials.
Media linked files
-Catalog, Color, Culture, Complexity - November 23, 2002 - February 16, 2003, MOCA GA, 2002
|Biographical History||Color, Culture, Complexity featured the work of 18 national artists examining aspects of race. The show was co-curated by Ed Spriggs and Dan Talley. Primarily of African and European decent, the artists worked in a variety of mediums and styles, and grappled with some of the horrendous assumptions and injustices that have marked racial struggle during our country’s history while looking forward with mixed expectations toward the prospect of improved understanding. Catalogue features statements and artwork by Amalia Amaki, Perry Bard, Bradley Bullock, William Christenberry, Cybele Clark-Mendes, Marcia Cohen, Harry Delorme, Jr., Mark Steven Greenfield, Linda Hesh, Sally Grizzell Larson, Joe Lewis, Billie Grace Lynn, Stephen Marc, Adia Millett, James A. Rose, Jr. Clarissa Sligh, Robert B. Stewart, and Lisa McGaughey Tuttle.|
Cohen, Marcia R.
Delorme Jr., Harry
Greenfield, Marc Steven
Larson, Sally Grizzell
Lynn, Billie Grace
Rose Jr., James A.
Stewart, Robert B.
|Access Conditions||Access available by appointment.|
|Parent ObjectID||MOEX 001|
|Copyrights||Copyright protected. Use of materials from this collection beyond the exceptions provided for in the Fair Use and Educational Use clauses of the U.S. Copyright Law may violate federal law. Permission to publish or reproduce is required. Please contact MOCA GA.|