The Landscape of Slavery

On Friday, January 25, the University of Virginia Art Museum is opening a special exhibit entitled “Landscape of Slavery: The Plantation in American Art.” The exhibit, which will run through April 20, includes 75 paintings, photographs, and other exhibits relating to life on southern plantations during the slavery era.

A companion book, edited by Angela D. Mack and Stephen G. Hoffus, is being published by the University of South Carolina Press. The book includes 92 color plates, 16 black and white images, and six essays.