Dr. Jerry Brown, 46, Medical Director of ELWA
(Eternal Love Winning Africa) Hospital in Monrovia,…
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Wangechi Mutu is an artist, sculptor, and mix media artist, who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Mutu is considered by many as an Afrofuturist and one of the most important contemporary African artists of recent…Continue
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I dedicated my love of the arts by creating and hopefully shining my light on the world with the work I am showcasing ..
It is very therapeudic to me. And comforting to me .. Art is my best friend. My Healing force. My Sanity. My love.
What is Art to You?
Feel free to connect with me .. …Continue
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“I just knew, if it was something I wanted to see happen, I had to be part of the change.” - Donnette Cooper
Meet our very first individual donor.
"Weeks after President George W. Bush…
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Sotheby's Contemporary Art Department has recruited drake to curate a show. The show will feature works by Kara Walker, Glenn Ligon, Jean - Michel Basquiat, and Kehinde Wiley and will “explore the dialogue between music and art”. The show is expected to run from April 28 to June…Continue
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The Black Arts Alliance, Inc. (BAA) presents the North Carolina…Continue
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Pérez Art Museum Miami to Open Exhibition Exploring Immigration and Cultural Identity in May 2015
Artists from African, Caribbean and South Asian communities worldwide featured in
Poetics of Relation…Continue
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This Colloquium is offered as a special tribute to the scholarship and contributions to African American Art History by Tritobia Hayes Benjamin (1944-2014) who was the Associate Dean of the Division of Fine Arts, College of Arts and Sciences, professor of art history, and Director of the Gallery…Continue
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"Each photograph I compose is a reflection of my African American female identity positioned within hair politics, hair rituals, and black culture. The scope of my work reconstructs racialized beauty standards and…Continue
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Photographs of Black British Experience 1950s-1990s is a project to increase the number of black British photographers and images of black Britain in the V&A collection. It aims to raise awareness of the contribution of black Britons to British culture and society, as well as to the art of photography.
Over the last seven years…Continue
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Citizen of the world, Vertamae Smart-Grosvenor changed the way we talk about women, race and food.
Now celebrating their 40th anniversary, Women Make Movies continues to achieve international recognition with…
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Hello Black Art in America Community,
I am excited and honored to share a recent article written about my journey as an artist, featured in the Lawrence Eagle Tribune of Lawrence Massachusetts. I would like to thank the writer Terry Date for putting so much enthusiasm and care into the article and the Essex Art Center and staff for being the safe haven and anchor for my creativity. Click link below to view article <3…Continue
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The richness and beauty of dark skin .. it reminds me of the story of how we were created from the clay of the earth -- darker skin connecting us to our human history.The sun's rays kiss our skin and then cells called melanocytes which produce melanin, and give our skin its pigment, drink in these rays.
While admiring …
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