« 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.
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
M.Y. for B(s)ttF