Tomorrow, the Philosophy show of the three-part AFRICOBRA in Chicago exhibition opens at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts. AFRICOBRA in Chicago presents three current and upcoming shows in Chicago take a deserved look at the Black Arts Movement in Chicago and the African Commune of Bad Relevant Artists (AFRICOBRA), which was founded in 1968 by a group of Chicago artists. The three parts of the AFRICOBRA in Chicago exhibition are as follows:
- Prologue, South Side Community Art Center, May 10–July 7, 2013 (curated by UChicago students)
- Philosophy, Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, June 28–August 7, 2013 (curated by Rebecca Zorach)
- Art and Impact, DuSable Museum, July 26–September 29, 2013
Many works from the exhibitions are from the collection of the South Side Community Art Center, and the VRC added more than 400 images from the SSCAC’s collection to the LUNA database in January 2013, and those images can be viewed by members of the UChicago community here. If you have any problems or questions about accessing the images, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Via UChicago News
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