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Originally slated to open in October 2020 and conceived long before last year’s global reckoning, this timely exhibition — organized by the Museum of Modern Art alongside Columbia GSAPP professor Mabel O. Wilson — investigates, as the curators describe, “the intersections of architecture, Blackness and anti–Black racism in the American context.”

The exhibition and accompanying publication will examine contemporary architecture in the context of how systemic racism has fostered violent histories of discrimination and injustice in the United States.

To that end, Wilson and MoMa’s Sean Anderson looked to a number of leading designers across the country — Walter Hood, V. Mitch McEwen, Amanda Williams, Germane Barnes, Yolande Daniels and more — whose work engages with everything from public policy and municipal planning to the profession at large.

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