Congratulations to Love-Away Winner #1, Steve Williams, who submitted our favorite (and only) entry to round 1 of the contest. We are so glad that "Gotta Believe" will be hanging in his office…Continue
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The first round of my "Great Art Love-Away" (http://bit.ly/1dGERln ) ends today, but not without a first entry which was posted on Facebook recently. It deserves a special shout out simply for being the first by Steve…Continue
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“Black Art In America Harlem X-HIBIT -- Welcome to Our World" is a virtual exhibition held at The Harlem Brew Garden Pop-Up at the Mist. This X-HIBITION is a monthly…Continue
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The DuSable Museum of African American History is honored to present a new art exhibition entitled, “Charly Palmer: The Dream Lives On,” which celebrates and documents the 50th Anniversary of The March On Washington. The exhibition will open on Friday, August 2, 2103 and continue through Sunday, December 8, 2013 at the Museum which is located at 740 East 56th…Continue
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“J’Accuse No.3” by Charles White - original charcoal drawing, 36”x36”, 1965
Born in Chicago in 1918,…Continue
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Black Art In America is pleased to welcome American Master Artist Lawrence Finney to the family of artist who's works are now represented at Shop BAIA Online (SBO).
Shop BAIA Online™ is a place where you can shop and browse for art from our growing network of artists, collectors, estates…Continue
In this show Mr. Squirewell uses digital media to explore conditions revolving around the empowered and the powerless: institutions/identity, categories/boundaries, and assimilation/transformation.
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Mr. Sibiya's richly carved flowing rhythmic lines and painted wood panels are perhaps what he is best known for, yet he also experimented freely with mixed media and found objects. He made an enormous and lasting contribution to South African art.
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Inspired by Nsibidi, a Nigerian language,these works by Victor Ekpuk comprise old and new symbols or codes to express contemporary experiences.
The works in this show explore the relationships, challenges and responses to changes that characterize the human condition. Inspired by Nsibidi, an indigenous African system of writing, forms…Continue
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This show comprises visual art by Africans selected from the collection of the MBAR Institute
Visual art by a variety of african artist from the MBARI Collection in Washington DC. Presented on Tokesplace.com
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in iconic images, by diverse artists, that confirm her transcendence of cultural genres, race, poverty, gender and class. Through her art she became a citizen of the world.
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This shows off the best of each the indivual shows presented on Tokesplace.com during 2011. The art is from E.J. Montgomery, Norman Parish, Mbourou, Lucky Sibia and Stan Squirewell.
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