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In Living Color: Representations of Race and Civil Rights
February 21 – March 18, 1989
Curated by Claire Aguilar and Reginald Woolery, this group of works questioned how a persistent, exclusive ideology continues despite a multicultural society. Artists featured: Lawrence Andrews, Juan Garza, Daniel Villareal, Ruby Truly, Ute Indian Tribe, Art Nomura and Amy and Philip Brookman.
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