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Hello everyone, My name is Chuck and I am from Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
I have come across a historical african american print with hand carved frame.Continue
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Visit Diana Shannon-Young At the Harlem fine Art Show, NY, NY. & Pan African Film & Art Fest. Los Angeles, Ca.
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Definitions are a must, especially in the transcriptional and transaction based world and especially where ideas meet commerce, art meets markets.
In examining the motivations behind the creation of art on multiple platforms in the 20th and 21st Centuries, we must examine the…Continue
Hosts and guests dressed up for a backyard picnic. (John…Continue
Exhibition Lecture Faith Ringgold: More than 60 Years Jan. 20, 2013, 4 PM The artist traverses civil rights in the ‘60s to personal narratives in the new millennium to reveal inspiring stories that illustrate her life’s work as an activist, author, and teacher, as well as artist. This lecture is offered in conjunction with the special exhibition Say it Loud: Art by African and African American…Continue
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NEW TRUSTEES ELECTED TO
THE BOARD OF THE BARNES FOUNDATION
January 17, 2013, Philadelphia, PA-the Barnes Foundation is pleased to announce the election of three new members to its Board of Trustees, Ms. Tory Burch, Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Mr. Thomas K. Whitford. Speaking on behalf of his fellow trustees Chairman Dr. Bernard C. Watson said, We are delighted that Tory, Khalil and Tom have agreed to serve…Continue
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Menelaw Sete...The Picasso of Brazil!
The power of one's artistic expression, is amazing! I recently read an article about Menelaw Sete and his "dispute" with Spain, It is a familiar story about how one day you are welcomed in…Continue
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Swann Galleries launched a new department devoted to African-American Fine Art in February 2007. That year General Moses (Harriet Tubman) by CHARLES WHITE (1918 - 1979) Sold for $360,000. Today, Swann Galleries is the only major auction house to conduct regular…Continue
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Them Days: Self-Portrait as a Young Man, 44 x 38" $7,500.…Continue
African village where every building is a canvas, whether it is a house, palace or tomb for their dead
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The Artist is truly under appreciated in this generation of technology. As we move further and further away from the nostalgic properties of life. The very essence of the Human Condition is challenged daily.
Art is a creative inner-vision process of mind, passion and as Artist WE must take time to share the ability to create as we move through our various bodies of work. We simply must educate new generations on the appreciation of and for the…Continue
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Long began his career in academia teaching English at West Virginia State College and Morgan State College. While…Continue