Berenson, Ruth
August 1977
National Review;8/5/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 30, p896
The article presents a criticism of the art exhibit "Two Centuries of Black American Art," shown at the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York City. It tells of fidelity of Black artists to the main lines of the development of American art. It mentions the artists featured in the exhibit and Afro-American art styles that emerged through the years.


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