Tradition and Conflict: Images of a Turbulent Decade 1963-1973

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TRADITION AND CONFLICT: IMAGES OF A TURBULENT DECADE, 1963-1973 is one of the most ambitious exhibitions ever mounted by the Studio Museum in Harlem. It presents the artistic achievements of black artists during a 10-year period from the March on Washington to the United States' departure from Vietnam. The exhibition defines the effect of that period on black artists and argues for the importance of black art that was inspired or given direction by the civil rights struggle or what is also known as the Black Revolution.

Exhibition catalouge curated by Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell.