EXHIBITION: Through His Eyes

Through His Eyes: Youth Activism in The Civil Rights Era in Philadelphia is an online exhibition that pulls from the Jack T. Franklin photographic collection at AAMP to explore Philadelphia’s often overlooked civil rights activists – Black youth. As today’s youth struggle through mass school closures, police brutality, and racial discrimination, these images taken by Franklin are a poignant reminder that anyone at any age can make a change. Guest curated by AAMP’s summer 2019 graduate intern, Rachel Nelson.

GROUNDBREAKING: Native Women Artists Exhibition


A groundbreaking exhibition finally tells the stories of Native women artists

“Hearts of Our People” is the country’s first ever exhibition devoted solely to the works of Native American women. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts assembled the retrospective, which is currently at Nashville’s Frist Art Museum and will visit Tulsa and Washington, D.C. in 2020.

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MEXICO: In a Cloud, in a Wall, in a Chair


In a Cloud, in a Wall, in a Chair: Six Modernists in Mexico at Midcentury

Sep 6, 2019–Jan 12, 2020

The Art Institute of Chicago

The 14th Chicago Latino Music Festival: Mexican Modern with KAIA SQ


“There is design in everything … in a cloud, in a wall, in a chair, in the sea, in the sand, in a pot.”
—Clara Porset, 1952

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