The exhibition currently running at the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, For All The World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights, curated by Dr. Maurice Berger, was reviewed this morning by City Paper.
The review uses commentary from Berger, chronicles the impact of items featured in the exhibition and the discusses overall power of the story told through For All The World to See, to examine the way in which the exhibition relates to the evolution of black identity in America.
Read the review “Visual Politics: UMBC Show Looks at The Visual Culture Surrounding the Civil Rights Movement.”
For All The World to See is currently on display at the CADVC and will continue through March 10. For more information about the exhibition, and for the Center’s hours during winter break, visit the Arts and Culture Calendar.