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Selling Art From Your Personal Collection...Easier Said Than Done

Started by Darryl K. Love. Last reply by patric mccoy Mar 15. 15 Replies

Recently, I have been contemplating selling some very nice works from my collection to raise money for some artwork that I would like to purchase. But when it came time to actually sell the art, I…Continue

Black Art Events

Started by E. Joyce Moore Mar 12. 0 Replies

I wrote a white paper on Black Art Shows/Festivals a few years ago.  I am curious about three things and would appreciate your feedback:1) As collectors, do you like to attend shows/festivals with…Continue

Fine Art Photography

Started by Darryl K. Love. Last reply by Tony Walters Mar 12. 6 Replies

I'm trying to educate myself about the nuances of fine art photography, but I'm finding out that it's a bit more complicated than I thought.  Most fine art photography is not affordable (less than…Continue

Art Rich...Cash Poor

Started by Darryl K. Love. Last reply by Barry irving Mar 12. 4 Replies

Over the past few years, I have noticed several collectors (and artists) who are art rich, but cash poor.  A recent example that comes to mind is the late Merton Simpson of NYC.  This man had an art…Continue

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Comment by Malik Seneferu on April 2, 2014 at 12:12am

Comment by Lavon Nicole Pettis on March 31, 2014 at 1:51pm

I would like to extend an invitation for you to attend a reception for Najjar on Friday evening at the IMAN headquarters;  April 4th 6:30-9pm at Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) Headquarters in Chicago.   |   2744 W. 63rd St., Chicago, IL 60629


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Comment by Afro Art Ivy on February 24, 2014 at 4:28am

It's good to find an Afrikan art network, letting the eyes elaborate on the beauties of ethnicity. Im glad to see such melaninated beauties. Ashe!

- Google Afro Art Ivy

Comment by mullerjeanfrancois on February 6, 2014 at 9:30pm

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Comment by Marcus Sterling Alleyne on January 7, 2014 at 11:51am

I'm a recently new member of Diasporal Rhythms but I have definitely been following Mr. McCoy and Professor Parker closely and visiting their South Side of Chicago collections for several years now... It's a great feeling to be an artist and a collector. Thanks for the update and thanks for forming this group.

Comment by Black Art In America on January 5, 2014 at 5:52pm

Marcus we have been championing the efforts of Diasporal Rhythms for years and have invited co-founder Patric McCoy to speak about collecting in Miami and Atlanta BAIA events.

Take care,

Comment by Marcus Sterling Alleyne on January 5, 2014 at 4:25pm

When I wake up to art around me, it's a wonderful feeling ... Diasporal Rhythms is a dedicated group of Chicago collectors championing art of the diaspora and local black artists who deserve attention and exposure .... http://www.diasporalrhythms.net/photo/20130818-101126?context=user

Comment by Barbara H. Brown on December 5, 2013 at 12:25am

Najee,

Love the way you and the other collectors share your art with us.

On JULY 20, I attended the discussion for the collector "African American Power Collectors and the Art of collecting with Pat.McCoy", a few of us discussed with you afterward, about starting  a similar group (Diasporal Rhythms in Chicago) in Atlanta. Our names and numbers were taken and I am anxiously awaiting to hear from you about the status of this idea. I would love to meet with and share with others my love of art in the Atlanta and surrounding areas. Let us know what we have to do to get started.

Barbara Brown

Comment by Najee Dorsey on November 26, 2013 at 11:31am

Gaps in my wall paper...

OK, I'm having fun with the wall paper commit but I really love living with art and finding new and exciting works. I don't chase the tail of the arts market trying to accumulate the works by artists of historical significance only to own a print of an original. I go after original works by extremely talented artists living and every now and again I'll find a piece I can afford by an artists that is no longer around to rip the benefits of the purchase.

I'll share more later but for now welcome to my world.


Living with art, damn if it matches the couch.

Comment by A.Michelle Blakeley on October 5, 2013 at 9:43pm

Evolve the Gallery is curating a comprehensive exhibit on members of the Spiral Group. "The Spiral Experience" will open early Spring of 2014 and travel to New York for an East Coast opening. 

The exhibit includes a coffee table book w/CD and lecture by Mr. Richard Mayhew

They are currently looking for collectors who have works by the following Spiral members and would like to include those works in the exhibit (primarily  works from the 1960's and/or based on civil rights):

Charles Alston

Emma Amos

Romare Bearden

Calvin Douglass

Perry Ferguson

Reginald Gammon

Felrath Hines

Alvin Hollingsworth

Norman Lewis

Earl Miller

William Majors

Richard Mayhew

Merton D. Simpson

Hale Woodruff

James Yeargans

For details and additional information, please contact Evolve the Gallery at info@evolvethegallery.com or (916) 572-5123.

 

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