Many of the most memorable shows at the High Museum of Art come from someplace else —- traveling blockbuster exhibits culled from museums around the world.
Not this one.
"Road to Freedom: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement 1956-1968" is a welcome change for the Southeast's largest museum. The exhibit is drawn from a large collection of important, dramatic and heartbreaking work assembled by photography curator Julian Cox for the High's own permanent collection.
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