The Eleanor D. Wilson Museum | Hollins University


Upcoming Exhibitions

Re-Righting History:
Contemporary Artists Look at Race and Ethnic Identity
November 3 – December 18, 2016

This exhibit consists of prints, drawings, and photographs created by contemporary artists of color who use their work to re-examine difficult events in the history of the Americas. Artists represented include Carrie Mae Weems, Willie Cole, Kara Walker, Deborah Muirhead-Dancy, Enrique Chagoya, Roger Shimomura, and Kay Walkingstick. Works are loaned from private and public collections, including the permanent collection of the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum.

Garo Antreasian

Carrie Mae Weems, Untitled (Enactment of the Jefferson-Hemings Affair from the Jefferson Suite), ca. 2001. Silver gelatin print. Gift of Sally Cole Nelson ’49, 2007.010.



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