1933 . cover, detail . Afro-American Artists, New York and Boston (1970) . 20211114
background to this volume is told by Jasmine Liu in “Black Power in Print Illuminates the Rich Artistic Legacy of the Movement” at Hyperallergic (October 13, 2021) : here
and at the online exhibit Black Power in Print
The exhibition catalogue is out of print; its introduction (by Edmund Barry Gaither) is available here.
the artists in the exhibition (and this catalogue) were (are) —
Ronald Boutte; Calvin Burnett, Dana C. Chandler, Jr.; Henry DeLeon; Milton Johnson; Lois Marilou Jones; Harriet Kennedy; Edward McCluney, Jr.; Jerry Pinkney; Stanley Pinckney (Babaluaiye S. Délé); Gary Rickson; Al Smith; Richard Stroud; Lovett Thompson; Richard Waters; John Wilson; Ellen Banks; Richard Yarde
New York /
Emma Amos; Benny Andrews; Ellsworth Ausby; Malcolm Bailey; Romare Bearden; Robert Blackburn; Betty Blayton; Lynn Bowers; Frank Bowling; Marvin Brown; John Chandler; Edward Clark; Cliff Joseph; Eldzier Cortor; Ernest Crichlow; Emilio Cruz; Avel de Knight; James Denmark; Reginald Gammon; Felrath Hines; Alvin Hollingsworth; Bill Howell; Zell Ingram; Gerald Jackson; Daniel L. Johnson; Benjamin Jones; Tonnie Jones; Jacob Lawrence; Hughie Lee-Smith; Norman Lewis; Tom Lloyd; Alvin D. Loving, Jr.; Richard Mayhew; Algernon Miller; Joseph Overstreet; Louise Parks; John W. Rohden; Barbara Chase Riboud; Bill Rivers; Mahler Ryder; Raymond Saunders; Thomas Sills; Vincent Smith; Alma Thomas; Bob Thompson; Russ Thompson, Lloyd Toone; Luther Van; Paul Waters; Jack White; Yvonne Williams; Hale Woodruff
found this copy, weathered mildewed broken, on the street in Allston (Boston) during this afternoon’s walk.