Something All Our Own: The Grant Hill Collection of African American Art

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This major publication documents the 46 pieces in his art collection. The format of the catalogue includes a dialogue about art between Grant and his father Calvin Hill. An introduction is given by Professor John Hope Franklin of Duke University and a refection on Grant by his Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski. There are essays from the following distinguished individuals: Dr. Elizabeth Alexander, adjunct Associate Professor in African American Studies at Yale University, who discusses Romare Bearden; Dr. Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Director, Women’s Research and Resource Center at Spelman College, who focuses on Elizabeth Catlett; Dr. Alvia Wardlaw, Director of the University Museum of Texas Southern University and curator for the exhibit, who writes an essay on the history of African American collections; and William Rhoden, Editorial Sports Writer at the New York Times. The catalogue includes a picture of each image in the collection, research on each piece and a personal comment from Grant.

192 pages (January 2004) 46 color illustrations

ISBN 0-8223-3306-6

Hardback edition.

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