This painting is one of three works from the late, great artist that are featured in the exhibit.
The Washington, D.C., native is inspired by Japanese ganguro culture, hip-hop and fashion.
Cave, a performance artist, dancer and fabric sculptor, is best known for the elaborate garments he makes from found materials.
Known for his use of satire, Colescott dealt with racial stereotypes in his paintings.
Hendrick's paintings, like this portrait from the 1970s, "epitomize black urban style."
In addition to photography, Johnson creates music, video and sculptures.
The multimedia artist poses in her own photographs.
The photographer juxtaposes images of slavery and depictions of athletes.
Thomas uses a number of different materials, including rhinestones, enamel and wood, to create her colorful pieces.
In his paintings, Wiley drops contemporary urban black men into classical settings.