By RANDY KENNEDY NOV. 28, 2015
“After decades of spotty acquisitions, undernourished scholarship and token exhibitions, American museums are rewriting the history of 20th-century art to include black artists in a more visible and meaningful way than ever before, playing historical catch-up at full tilt, followed by collectors who are rushing to find the most significant works before they are out of reach.”
LACMA Unboxes 50th Anniversary Gifts. April 20, 2015
One of the most exciting aspects of Purvis Young’s visionary art is how accessible and affordable it still is. He has left us timeless works in over sixty museums and major art collections, public murals, and paintings as well as works on paper for beginning collectors interested in owning his art for the cost of a couple of Broadway theatre tickets!