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Atlanta Daily World: How Things Are Measured: Two Paintings by Amy Sherald at Spelman Museum

Atlanta Daily World: How Things Are Measured: Two Paintings by Amy Sherald at Spelman Museum

May 15, 2019 By Michelle Hite and TK Smith, Burnaway See more here.
October 2018 Newsletter

October 2018 Newsletter

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BURNAWAY Review: Zanele Muholi at the Spelman Museum of Fine Art in Atlanta

BURNAWAY Review: Zanele Muholi at the Spelman Museum of Fine Art in Atlanta

September 25, 2018 Yves Jeffcoat Review: Zanele Muholi at the Spelman Museum of Fine Art in Atlanta. See more here.  
August 2018 Newsletter

August 2018 Newsletter

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May 2018 Newsletter

May 2018 Newsletter

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BURNAWAY Review: Deborah Roberts Examines Black Girlhood at the Spelman Museum

BURNAWAY Review: Deborah Roberts Examines Black Girlhood at the Spelman Museum

April 25, 2018 Jordan Amirkhani Review: Deborah Roberts Examines Black Girlhood at the Spelman Museum. See more here.
BURNAWAY Review: Black Angels: Mickalene Thomas at the Spelman Museum of Fine Art

BURNAWAY Review: Black Angels: Mickalene Thomas at the Spelman Museum of Fine Art

by Rebecca Brantley / March 17, 2017 Art review: Black Angels: Mickalene Thomas at the Spelman Museum of Fine Art – see more at http://burnaway.org/review/mickalene-thomas-at-spelman/