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Pulse Contemporary Art Fair (Miami Art Basel Week 2015) -- Chat with Director, Helen Toomer

(Above:  Untitled from the series Nigerian Identity, by Ima Mfon, 2015, archival pigment prints, SVA Galleries / Booth S-219, Pulse Contemporary Art Fair, Miami Beach, 2015) …

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Reflections on Art Basel: Craft and Execution in Art

Faron Manuel

"Artists attempts to convey their ideas as imagery are not always successful; leaving much of the depth that could have been conveyed absent in the 'finished' renderings."

This year there were lots of exciting exhibits to see both in and around Art…

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Tim Okamura at Scope Art Fair (Art Basel Week 2015 in Miami)

Figurative painter Tim Okamura spoke with us briefly during Scope Art Fair in Miami during Art Basel Week in December (Mika Gallery).

Okamura is known for his figurative paintings featuring contemporary urban characters…

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The Life and Art of Dominique Moody

Dominique Moody’s creative journey began early in life as a child born of African-American parents in 1950s Germany. Out of this experience came her first language and the creative use of visual art to communicate her thoughts and ideas. She was diagnosed and pronounced legally blind at age 28; this altered her eyesight but not her artistic vision. A 2001 recipient of CCF’s Fellowship for Visual Artists, over the years she has had numerous group and…

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Meet Boy Wonder Of Electric Jacket

Faron Manuel interviews Boy Wonder of Electric Jacket during Miami Art Basel 2015.…

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From Heart to Hand: African American Quilts from the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

From Heart to Hand presents twentieth-century African American quilts from artists of the southern United States (primarily West Alabama).  For these artists this exhibition of 30 quilts has been described as "restoring their identities and drawing in…

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DJ / Radio Host Sharon Masters Serves Jazz For Dessert on WHPK 88.5 FM in Chicago

We met Sharon Masters from WHPK 88.5 FM, a University of Chicago radio station, while visiting the Harlem Fine Arts Show at the Merchandise Mart back in October. Sharon's radio show is described as serving "beautiful jazz" influenced by classical, be-bob, traditional, cool and contemporary jazz…

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Photographic Portraits from West Africa at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NYC)

In and Out of the Studio: Photographic Portraits from West Africa

Until January 3, 2016 in the Lila Acheson Wallace Wing, The Gioconda and Joseph King Gallery, south mezzanine, Gallery 916 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York…

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Studio Museum in Harlem | E-Newsletter | December 2015

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YW News : Interview with Lawrence Finney

This month nationally known fine artist Lawrence Finney is featured!! Read the December issue of YW News online and learn more about his work!

YW News | December 2015


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The works by South African artist Zanele Muholi at Pulse Art Fair had me wanting more



works by Zanele Muholi on exhibit at Pulse Art Fair during Art Basel Miami week.

Yesterday at Pulse Art Fair during Art Basel Miami 2015 I come across…

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Artwork from my Series "The Fallen Gods" selected for "Contemporary Painting & Printmaking: Selections from CaFA Barbados" at Dwyer Cultural Center, NYC

5 pieces from my Series “The Fallen Gods” were selected to be part of the Group Exhibition “Contemporary Painting & Printmaking: Selections from CaFA Fair Barbados” on view from December 3, 2015 to February 3, 2016 at the Dwyer Cultural Center in Harlem, NYC.

The Opening Reception will be held on Sunday, December 13, 2015 ● 2pm – 6pm.

This series is about the cosmogony of the Taino Indians who inhabited the Caribbean before…

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LENNY KRAVITZ: FLASH on exhibit in Design District during Art Basel Miami 2015

  • Lenny Kravitz: Flash

LENNY KRAVITZ: FLASH

Lenny Kravitz - FLASH—a photo exhibit—will be presented by The Leica Galleries and Reiner Opoku. Opening December 2nd, the exhibit will include a selection of over fifty (50) photographs…

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Miami Basel 2015

If your new to Miami Basel  or  a yearly  attendee ,this year there are a lot of exciting exhibition programs to go see. …

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Added by Caron Bowman on November 30, 2015 at 7:00am — No Comments

Nari Ward's "Sun Splashed" at Pérez Art Museum in Miami

Nari Ward's mid-career retrospective at the Pérez Art Museum in Miami.

Open during Art Basel week 2015…

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wave of change

“There was a joke for a long time that if you went into a museum, you’d think America had only two black artists — Jacob Lawrence and Romare Bearden — and even then, you wouldn’t see very much,” said Lowery Stokes Sims, the first African-American curator at the …

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Amiri Baraka Reads Black Art

By: Faron Manuel

Some have argued that the sociopolitical context of the society gives birth to the arts; the counter argument is in the other direction, with art as the antecedent and the sociopolitical state as the consequent... With his work, Amiri Baraka exposed this argument to be a false dilemma. Being that…

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