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« Week-ends » are a new rendez-vous allowing you to discover exhibitions from an exclusive point of view !

Musicians, dancers, plasticians, story tellers and lecturers settle in the museum to make you live a unique moment around the exhibition « The Color Line – African-American Artists and Segregation » and explore no less than 150 years of history of African-American art. Free activities, free access or access with ticket to the museum.

Articles in Les Inrocks and Télérama about the exhibition.

Documentary on Arte, ‘Noire est la couleur’, relating the long march of African-American artists toward acknowledgment in a segregated society.

Podcast of the France Culture show, De Jim Crow à Barack Obama : How Black Lives Mattered, coming back on 150 years of “Black America » with historian Caroline Rolland-Diamond.

Daniel Soutif’s book : The Color Line, 2016, ed. Flammarion

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M.Y. for B(s)ttF

Translation by Justine Rousseau

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