Exhibition & Conference
September 8 - December 2, 2007 Spencer Museum of Art
The University of Kansas
Aaron Douglas:
African American Modernist
Aaron Douglas: African American Modernist Home Page Aaron Douglas: African American Modernist Exhibition 'Aaron Douglas and the Arts of the Harlem Renaissance' interdisciplinary conference - September 28-29, 2007 Spencer Museum of Art The University of Kansas Aaron Douglas: African American Modernist

Book

Based on archival research at Fisk University and the Schomburg Center, the exhibition book Aaron Douglas: African American Modernist includes original essays by leading scholars and argues for Douglas’s rightful place as a major figure in the development of twentieth-century art. Edited by exhibition curator Susan Earle, the book contains essays by Renee Ater, Kinshasha Holman Conwill, David C. Driskell, Susan Earle, Amy Helene Kirschke, Richard J. Powell, and Cheryl R. Ragar, as well as a Foreword by Robert Hemenway and an illustrated narrative chronology by Stephanie Fox Knappe. The book is co-published by Yale University Press and the Spencer Museum of Art.

272 pages, 9 x 10 ½
50 b/w + 139 color illustrations
Cloth: $60
Paper: $45

On sale at the Spencer Museum of Art bookshop.
Available September 26, 2007

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