• Resilience & Revolution: An Immersion of Black Americana

    Resilience & Revolution: An Immersion of Black Americana

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  • Honoring Black Composers

    Honoring Black Composers

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  • An NAACP Exhibition and Review.

    An NAACP Exhibition and Review.

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  • Race, Terror and Hypocrisy.

    Race, Terror and Hypocrisy.

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  • Intellectuals Rediscovered.

    Intellectuals Rediscovered.

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  • A Tribute to Excellence in Race Cinema.

    A Tribute to Excellence in Race Cinema.

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  • A Ministry Of Divergence.

    A Ministry Of Divergence.

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The Montague Collection stands as a distinguished bespoke exhibition company dedicated to illuminating the richness and complexity of African American history through the compelling medium of visual arts. With unwavering commitment and profound reverence, we curate exhibitions that pay homage to the vibrant legacy and profound contributions of African Americans, fostering cultural understanding, and inspiring a more inclusive world.

Established in 2012, The Montague Collection carries the legacy of its founder, a visionary curator and historian deeply passionate about African American history. Inspired by the tireless pursuit of truth and representation, our company seeks to uncover hidden narratives, challenge prevailing narratives, and celebrate the triumphs and resilience of African Americans throughout history.

At The Montague Collection, we believe that art has the power to transcend barriers, ignite conversations, and promote social change. Our curatorial team comprises dedicated professionals with a profound understanding of African American history, culture, and artistic expressions. With meticulous research, we curate exhibitions that explore the breadth and depth of African American experiences, shedding light on often overlooked stories and amplifying the voices of African American artists.


We are a bespoke visual arts exhibition company that offers curatorial expertise to clients. We work closely with artists, collectors, galleries, and museums to curate unique and customized exhibitions. Our curatorial team has a deep understanding of various art forms, styles, and historical contexts, allowing them to create thought-provoking and visually compelling exhibitions that align with the client's vision and objectives.



The Montague Collection assists clients in selecting and acquiring artwork for their exhibitions. They have a vast network of artists, galleries, and art dealers, giving them access to a wide range of exceptional artworks. Based on the client's preferences and exhibition theme, our experts would carefully curate a collection of artwork that showcases diverse perspectives, aesthetics, and mediums. They manage the entire acquisition process, including negotiation, transportation, and insurance.



The Montague Collection provides expertise in exhibition design and installation. They collaborate with clients and their creative team to conceptualize and execute captivating exhibition layouts. Considering factors like spatial constraints, lighting, display techniques, and audience experience, they create an environment that enhances the artwork's impact. The Montague Collection handles all aspects of installation, including artwork placement, signage, labeling, and gallery furniture, ensuring a seamless and visually striking exhibition.



To generate awareness and attract a wide audience, our company offers public relations and promotion services. We develop strategic PR campaigns to target relevant media outlets, influencers, and art enthusiasts. We also leverage digital platforms, social media channels, and email marketing to engage with potential visitors and generate buzz around the exhibition. We have the capabilities to organize press previews, private viewings, and special events to create networking opportunities and foster relationships within the art community.



We offer artwork conservation and restoration services to ensure the preservation and longevity of valuable artworks. We collaborate with experienced conservators to assess, repair, and maintain artworks, addressing issues such as cleaning, stabilization, and structural repairs. This service ensures that artworks remain in optimal condition throughout the exhibition and beyond.



We can provide artwork documentation and cataloging services, creating detailed records and documentation for each exhibited piece. This includes high-quality photography, detailed descriptions, historical research, and provenance documentation. Such comprehensive documentation enhances the value of the artwork, aids in exhibition curation, and provides a valuable resource for collectors, museums, and scholars.



Acting as intermediaries, we can facilitate artwork sales and acquisitions on behalf of clients. We leverage their network of collectors, galleries, and buyers to connect artwork owners with potential buyers or assist in acquiring new artworks. This service includes market research, valuation, negotiation, and contract facilitation, ensuring smooth transactions and fostering beneficial relationships for all parties involved.



To engage and educate the public, we can organize educational programs and workshops alongside the exhibitions. These programs may include artist talks, panel discussions, curator-led tours, and interactive workshops for various age groups. By providing educational opportunities, encouraging dialogue, deepens understanding of the artworks, and fosters an appreciation for the visual arts.



How Structural Racism Shapes Narratives and Influences Power Dynamics

Structural racism has deeply impacted every aspect of society shaping narratives and societal norms. One clear example is the way in which some Caucasian Americans often assume authority, over the actions and cultural expressions of the American community. This goes beyond prejudices. Is ingrained in our systems perpetuating stereotypes and imposing expectations on appearance, behavior, […]

Slavery, Suffering, and Disease

Ladies and gentlemen, gather ’round as we take a journey to dismantle the absurdity of celebrating a man whose legacy is nothing short of an abhorrent stain on history. It’s a time of year when we’re supposed to commemorate a certain individual who, for some inexplicable reason, still receives honors and celebrations. But make no […]

The Alpha Female: A Beacon of Hope for Society’s Great Awakening

Our society has been marred by inequality, injustice, and oppression for centuries. The notion of an “Alpha Female” has emerged as a powerful symbol of hope and progress. Although the term “Alpha Female” may conjure various interpretations, it embodies the strength, resilience, and unwavering determination that countless women have exhibited throughout history. To explore the […]

America’s Illusion of Progress: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as a Veil for Unaddressed Systemic Racism

We have been subjected to what has been nothing more than the theatrical production of societal progress. The United States has become adept at playing the role of the righteous crusader against systemic racism, even Oscar-worthy. With elaborate policies and programs, the nation showcases its commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) as if parading […]

Trojan Horse of Bigotry: How the Fearless Fund Lawsuit Exposes the Insidious Agenda of the American Alliance for Equal Rights

Edward Blum is a throwback to a day when traditional American values meant, minorities and people of color staying in their place. This meant that the underrepresented most assuredly lacked access.  Laws were created to afford access to the marginalized and now those same laws are being used in litigation as a way to say […]

The Berlin Conference: A Legacy of Narcissism, Arrogance, and Atrocities

WHAT BLACK KID’S WON’T LEARN ABOUT THEIR HISTORY The Berlin Conference, also known as the Berlin West Africa Conference, was a pivotal event in the history of Africa that took place between November 1884 and February 1885 in Berlin, Germany. It was convened by the leading European powers of the time to negotiate and formalize […]

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The Montague Collection is not only a custodian of African American history but a catalyst for change, empowerment, and celebration. We invite you to embark on a transformative journey with us, as we honor the legacies of African Americans, celebrate their achievements, and inspire a future where cultural diversity and inclusivity thrive. Together, we can build bridges of understanding and appreciation, one exhibition at a time.