Elizabeth Catlett-Mora, Watts/Detroit/Washington/Harlem/Newark Elizabeth Catlett-Mora, Watts/Detroit/Washington/Harlem/Newark

Paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and sculpture from the Studio Museum's collection, from 1970 to 1979, which are rich with history that changed the face of America will be on display.

Frank Stewart, Radio Players, Series I Frank Stewart, Radio Players, Series I

Dindga McCannon, Mercedes Dindga McCannon, Mercedes

ae0a453dcfosso_samuel_2003_10_23-jpg-mobile Samuel Fosso, Self Portrait

Works by Romare Bearden, Benny Andrews, David Hammons, Ed Clark will feature alongside photographs of such important figures at Martin Luther King.

Rudy Shepherd's portrait of Ethel Lance who was killed in the Charleston church shooting Rudy Shepherd's portrait of Ethel Lance who was killed in the Charleston church shooting

As well as Circa 1970, currently on display at the museum is The Window and the Breaking of the Window, which looks at artworks inspired by protest, such as Rudy Shepherd's watercolors of the 2015 Charleston church shooting victims and Black Cowboy, which examines the African-American's history of training horses.

e4d1a2fe3tarver_legends-jpg-mobile Ron Tarver, Legends

c7f9ca9datarver_basketballgame-jpg-mobile Ron Tarver, The Basketball Game

840973758trent_0186-jpg-mobile Brad Trent, Mama' Kesha Morse from 'The Federation of Black Cowboys' series for The Village Voice

Studio Museum Harlem, 144 West 125th Street. Circa 1970 will be exhibited until March 5. See here for more information.

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