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Chief Curator Of Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Resigns In Wake Of Controversial Exhibit

“[Jeffrey] Uslip’s departure follows weeks of controversy over CAM’s current solo exhibition by white artist Kelley Walker that some found demeaning to African-Americans.”
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