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Barbara Jones-Hogu: Resist, Relate, Unite 1968–1975

​​​ ​January 11 – March 25, 2018

Chicago-based artist Barbara Jones-Hogu was a central figure of the Black Arts Movement and a founding member of the African Commune of Bad Relevant Artists (AfriCOBRA). Throughout her career she worked in painting, printmaking, film, education, and has contributed to major projects including Chicago’s Wall of Respect mural. This is her first solo museum exhibition and features works on paper including woodcuts, etchings, lithographs, and screenprints.

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Barbara Jones-Hogu: Resist, Relate, Unite 1968–1975​ is part of Art Design Chicago, an exploration of Chicago’s art and design legacy, an initiative of the Terra Foundation for American Art with presenting partner The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation. It is partially funded by the Terra Foundation for American Art and The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation. The exhibition is curated by DePaul Art Museum Director and Chief Curator Julie Rodrigues Widholm with Assistant Curator Mia Lopez.

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