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“Unchained: Allan Rohan Crite, Spirituality and Black Activism” at MWPAI through 5/8

Allan Rohan Crite, American (1910-2007), And The Lord Said, 1934
Oil on canvas, 30x35x3/4 in. framed
Courtesy of Museum of African American History, Boston, and Nantucket
Reproduced with permission © 2022
Allan Rohan Crite Research Institute and Library. All rights reserved.
Courtesy of Museum of African American History, Boston, and Nantucket
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Allan Rohan Crite, American (1910-2007), And The Lord Said, 1934 Oil on canvas, 30x35x3/4 in. framed Courtesy of Museum of African American History, Boston, and Nantucket Reproduced with permission © 2022 Allan Rohan Crite Research Institute and Library. All rights reserved.

Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute is in Utica, New York. Their new exhibit is: “Unchained: Allan Rohan Crite, Spirituality and Black Activism” – now on view through May 8th. 
"Unchained" is the first exhibition to explore the spiritual art of Allan Rohan Crite (1910–2007), reflecting the African American quest for racial justice in the years leading up to the Civil Rights Movement. The exhibition brings together more than 60 of the artist’s paintings, watercolors, and works on paper which reveal the connections between Crite’s art and faith.

We welcome MWPAI Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Mary Murray.

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