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Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist Exhibit
Nasher Museum on Duke’s campus. Many of his most important portraits and cultural scenes remain in private collections; few museums have had the opportunity to acquire his work. Motley’s scenes of life in the African-American community, often in his native Chicago, depict a parallel universe of labor and leisure. Significant works will be on view together for the first time. The exhibition will run through May 11. Motley Jr. (1891-1981), was born in New Orleans and lived and worked in the first half of the 20th century in a predominately white neighborhood on Chicago’s Southwest side, a few miles from the city’s growing black community known as ‘Bronzeville.’
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