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From left to right: Bethany Collins, Southern Review 1985 (Special Edition), 2014-15, Charcoal on paper
Abigail DeVille, I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me from Nobody Knows My Name, 2015, Two CRT TVs, mirrored glass, archival photographs from the Vivian G. Harsh Collection of Afro- American History and Literature Archive, epoxy, mirror mastiff
The DePaul Museum of Art and DePaul University Library have partnered to create research guides to accompany DPAM exhibitions. This guide serves as a starting point for conducting research about the artists, works of art, and social or historical context of items in the exhibition.
Themes include abstraction, landscape, body, maps, history, language and representation.