Explores the history, style, and meaning of black hair as seen through the eyes of three generations of major African American artists HairStories explores the history, style, and meaning of black hair as seen through the eyes of three generations of major African American artists. Showcasing more than 60 works by 27 artists, it spans nearly a century of visual art, pop culture, music, and literature, considering hair as a reflection of history, identity, and race relations in America, from the days of segregation to today.

HairStories 2003, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9780967026541

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