Institutional spaces have long privileged Euro-American narratives, which has had powerful, even dangerous consequences in our culture and society. Artists in Reconstitution foster the evolution of previously entrenched narratives as they remind us that we are all responsible agents in the complicated processes of writing current and future histories.
This exhibition is organized by the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, and was generously supported by the Philip Fowler 1927 Memorial Fund.
- Engagement with Reconstitution
- Hood Names Jessica Hong Associate Curator of Global Contemporary Art
- Staff News: Meet Associate Curator of Global Contemporary Art Jessica Hong
- Still We Rise: Women of Color Existence/Resistance in Contemporary Art
- Inventory: New Works and Conversations around African Art
- Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties
- Art That Lives? Exploring Figural Art from Africa
- Made in the Middle: Constructing Black Identities across the African Diaspora
- Reflections in Black: Smithsonian African American Photography: Art and Activism
- Carrie Mae Weems: The Hampton Project
- New Landscapes: Contemporary Responses to Globalization
- Explore Past Exhibitions of Modern & Contemporary Art