“POSING BEAUTY IN AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE”

Photo: "Atlantic City, Four Women," circa 1960s by John W. Mosley.

Works from more than 40 photographers and artists are represented in “Posing Beauty in African American Culture” at USC’s Fisher Museum of Art. The exhibition features more than 80 pieces, most being black and white photographs and is curated by Deborah Willis, a NYU professor and chair of the school’s photography and imaging department.

A panel discussion with Willis as moderater “Posing Beauty Posing Questions” is scheduled for October 4th at 5 PM in the Grand Ballroom, Ronald Tutor Campus Center at USC.

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