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The Museum Life

The Museum Life

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September 23rd 2016:Encore: Mounting Frustration

In her book “Mounting Frustration: The Art Museum in the Age of Black Power,” Susan Cahan brings to light the stories behind some of the “ground breaking” exhibitions of African American artists in the 1960s and ‘70s. We will talk about the role these exhibitions played in reinforcing prejudice, how they spawned a movement toward culturally specific museums and how museums continue to act in ways that support privilege.

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Susan Cahan

Susan Cahan is an art historian, educator, and curator who specializes in contemporary art and the history of museums. Her particular interests are the relationship between artistic and social change, and the confluence of factors that shape the way culture is imagined, discussed, and advanced. She is the author of “Mounting Frustration: The Art Museum in the Age of Black Power” (Duke, 2016), “The Wonder Years” in “Tim Rollins and K.O.S.: A History” (MIT Press, 2009), “Carrie Mae Weems: Reflecting Louisiana” in “Carrie Mae Weems: The Louisiana Project” (2004), the editor of “I Remember Heaven: Jim Hodges and Andy Warhol” (2007), and the coeditor of “Contemporary Art and Multicultural Educa
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