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Montclair Art Museum

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3 S Mountain Ave, Montclair, NJ 07042, USA

Montclair Art Museum

At the Montclair Art Museum, there will be three new exhibitions on view:


Century: 100 Years of Black Art at MAM - The largest of its kind in the Museum’s history, this exhibition celebrates the dramatic growth of MAM’s collection of works by Black artists. Ranging from James Van Der Zee’s historic photograph Black Red Cross March, Harlem (1924), to Nanette Carter’s Destabilizing #2 (2022), the show features the depth, breadth, and variety of art by African Americans during the past century.


Family, Community, Belonging -Featuring a variety of historic, modern, and contemporary works, this collection-based exhibition explores evolving concepts of family and community in relation to themes of belonging, diversity, and inclusion.




Ed Kashi: Abandoned Moments - The photographs in this exhibition, made over a 40-year period across four continents and in both black and white and color, reveal glimpses of transitory events filled with frenetic energy–the chaos of everyday life.

Essex County

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Friday, April 19th


3:00 PM


11:00 PM

Saturday, April 20th

3:00 PM

11:00 PM

Sunday, April 21st

4:00 PM

10:00 PM

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