|Title||Dark Roots, July 15 - September 17, 2005|
|Collection||Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Exhibition Folders|
View Exhibition Catalogue|
|Catalog Number||MOEX 001-026|
|Creator||Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia|
|Extent of Description||One accordion folder|
|Scope & Content||
The exhibition folder includes: several copies of printed announcement/invitation cards; photocopies of biographical research material for all artists, such as resumes, reviews, and artist statements; and loan agreements, condition reports, checklists, photocopies of wall labels, insurance certificates, and correspondence related to the exhibition planning
Media linked files
-Catalogue, Dark Roots - July 15 - September 17, 2005 MOCA GA, 2005
|Biographical History||Dark Roots emphasized the historically significant roles played by two Atlanta based institutions in bringing some of America’s most gifted African American visual artists to the national forefront. The Atlanta University Annual Art Exhibition and Competition (1942-1970), known as the AU Annual and The Atlanta Life Insurance Company Annual African American Art Competition and Exhibition known as the Atlanta Life Annual (1980-1992), jointly form the basis of a rich visual arts tradition of local, regional and national importance. The catalogue includes a statement by the Curator, Amalia Amaki, and a selection of installation images.|
Alston, Charles Henry
Davis, William Bing
Johnson, W. H.
Jones, Lois Mailou
Mills, Lev T.
Phillips, Harper T.
Riddle, John T.
Roberts, L. Malkia
Scott, William E.
Twiggs, Leo F.
Weems, Carrie Mae
Wilson, John Woodrow
|Access Conditions||Access to archives collections is 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 Archives.|