Set to drop this weekend, The Brooklyn Museum’s latest exhibit will be entirely centered around black women artists!
We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 will take an in depth look at the political, social and cultural sides of women of color during the second wave of feminism.
Photo: Faith Ringgold
According to the Brooklyn Museum, this is the first exhibit to “highlight the voices and experiences of women of color,” something that is extremely important during these times. The exhibit will feature a collection of sculpture, film, visual art, photography and much more from artists such as Camille Billops, Lorna Simpson, Carolyn Lawrence and Samella Lewis.
Photo: Jan Van Raay
If you're looking to learn more about feminism through the gaze of black women, We Wanted a Revolution will be on display April 21 until September 17, 2017.