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Black is the color : African American artists and segregation / ARTE France, Les films d'ici, Bachibouzouk present ; a film by Jacques Goldstein.
[New York, New York] : Distributed by Films Media Group, 
1 videodisc (53 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
African American art
African American artists
Racism and the arts
Films Media Group
Films d'ici (Firm)
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Surveys the history of African American art works and artists. Highlights the obstacles African American artists have had to overcome in order for their work to be accepted by the art world and exhibited in museums and galleries.
Written by Daniel Soutif and Jacques Goldstein. ; photography, Julien Bossé, Jacques Goldstein; editor, Jacques Goldstein; original music, Patrick Goraguer.
DVD; NTSC, all regions; widescreen presentation.
Commentators: Richard Powell, Robert G. O'Meally, Michael Rosenfeld, Bridget Moore, Eric Foner, Ellen Gallagher, David Driskell, Whitfield Lovell.
Closed-captioned; closing credits in French.
African American artists and segregation
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