The McNay Art Museum opens four groundbreaking African American art exhibitions

The McNay Art Museum announces four groundbreaking African American art exhibitions opening in Spring 2018. Something to Say: The McNay Presents 100 Years of African American Art; 30 Americans: Rubell Family Collection; and Haiti’s Revolution in Art: Jacob Lawrence’s Toussaint L’Ouverture Series open on February 8 and continue through May 6. 4 Texans: The Next Chapter opens on March 1 and continues through May 6. Something to Say is the first major survey of modern and contemporary African American art to be presented at the McNay. The exhibition juxtaposes works from the pioneering collection of Harmon and Harriet Kelley with loans from the collections of Guillermo Nicolas and Jim Foster, John and Freda Facey, and the McNay. “We are honored to present this extraordinary range of community-building exhibitions concurrently,” said Rich Aste, Director of the McNay. “They exemplify the Museum’s commi