Faces of Africa – African Masks from Prominent Chicago Collections

About the Exhibition

Faces of Africa – African Masks from Prominent Chicago Collections, a collaboration of the┬áColumbia College Art Gallery and the Museum of Contemporary Photography of Columbia College; organized by Wilbur Tuggle, guest curator, with Denise Miller-Clark, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography and Columbia College Art Gallery, and John Mulvany, Chairman of the Departments of Art and Photography at Columbia College; from the collections of– Neal Ball, Thomas J. Burrell, Arnold Crane, Richard and Barbara Faletti, Dr. and Mrs. Jeffery Hammer, Mr. and Mrs. Bud C. Holland, Richard Hunt, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Laff, Herbert and Paula Molner, Anthony Patano, Dr. and Mrs. Milton Ratner, Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Robin, Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. David C. Ruttenberg, Esther and Alan Saks, Linda and Wilbur Tuggle, Dr. May Weber, Anonymous Collections, the Art Institute of Chicago, DuSable Museum of African American History, and the Field Museum of Natural┬áHistory.