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MOCA GA explores African-American art

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Artist Joe Overstreet's "Mahogany Hall"

A special exhibition of one of the largest, most comprehensive collections of 20th century African-American art is now on display at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.

Amassed over decades, the Paul R. Jones Collection of American Art from the University of Alabama includes over 2,000 pieces from 600 artists worth more than $10.3 million.

On Feb. 24, MOCA GA will host its Last Saturday Look at 2PM where visitors will receive a special 30-minute tour of the exhibition led by a docent. The event is free for museum members or $8 for non-members.

Leah Steinberg, The 100 Companies

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