The exhibition currently on display in the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights received praise in the Sun article released today, “Using Images to Change History” written by Lionel Foster.
Read the article here: “Using Images to Change History: UMBC exhibit shows how African-Americans have portrayed themselves and how they have been portrayed by others”
The author reviews For All the World to See by speaking about the exhibition’s impact on him personally, and discussing the ability certain objects have to captivate its audiences. He also notes the way in which the exhibition’s curator, CADVC Research Professor and Chief Curator Maurice Berger, is particularly successful in presenting a powerful story.
For All the World to See is on display in the CADVC until March 10.