East Lansing, MI
Through visual storytelling, Another Country examines some of the complex and enduring histories that shape the current American cultural landscape. From the legacies of slavery and immigration to class and gender inequality, the exhibition presents works that together compose an unfolding narrative in which social, sexual, and racial differences challenge the notion of a single, unified nation.
Alongside the artworks, Another Country also includes items sourced from the Radicalism Collection of the MSU Libraries’ Special Collections. Ranging from activist ephemera to radical publications and pamphlets by the American left, they are a testament to the rich and complex material culture produced by the civil rights and social justice movements of the 1960s.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website.