EMANCIPATING THE PAST…
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David C. Driskell Center
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2015 IS A BIG YEAR FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN ART IN PHILLY
Six Special Exhibitions Join The Citys Permanent African & African-American Art Collections
Bringing together more than 75 works from the Philadelphia Museum of Arts extensive collection of art by African Americans, Represent:…Continue
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Beauford Delaney (American, 1901 – 1979) oil on canvas of his mother, Delia Delaney. Subject attired in green with a white collar, yellow background. Signed lower right corner, "Beauford Delaney 1963" (or…Continue
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This song is not a “single”. “Rewind” is my gift to all who share the desire for justice. Hopefully it will touch the hearts of an international community in turmoil. Produced by Danny Guaico.…Continue
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9 January 2015 Last updated at 15:15 GMT
Inspired by Picasso, Majolandile Dyalvane is an artist who is pushing the boundaries.
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New exhibtion i will be in opening this Saturday in Brooklyn
Brooklyn’s Smack Mellon Gallery is looking to reshape the conversation about police reform through art. NY1’s Jeanine Ramirez filed the following report.
Artists delivered their work this week to Smack Mellon Gallery in DUMBO. The pieces are being installed for an exhibition about perceived injustices and systemic racism.
"This piece is called 'Choking Hazard'. It's actually one of my first pieces. It…Continue
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November 2014 I took my 17 year old niece to the Studio Museum in Harlem and we enjoyed many exhibits. But, one exhibit struck a cord and that was The Jet Beauty of The Month, which was a room full of Jet Beauties from the past and present.
My niece said "they are not many darker skinned black women as…
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The Influence of Our Elders
The Influence of Our Elders is the title and theme of the African American History exhibit at the Village of Friendship Heights Gallery in February.
The Village at Friendship Heights continues its annual celebration of African American History Month with an exhibit of 12 African American artists whose work reflects a rich connection to their artistic forbearers who have provided them with a keen…Continue
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Some of my art along with the art of several other artists will be exhibited at the Village of Friendship Heights Art Gallery. Hope to see you at the opening reception.
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Check out the show mention on Okayplaya: http://www.okayplayer.com/news/hypnotic-brass-ensemble-straight-business-official-video.htmlContinue
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Henry Ossawa Tanner's 'The Annunciation,' purchased by the Art Museum in 1899, a year after it was painted.
What the art museum's big African-American show represents…
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