Mr. Lewis is a teacher and world class artist exhibiting worldwide. His art falls into the broad class of abstract expressionism. The selections for this show have, according to Tokesplace view, an organic look and improvisational features in the jazz sense. A particular observer’s view will depend on…Continue
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Written by Jerry Thomas Jr., Esq, Art dealer and consultant.
Historically the phrase Black Art has been applied to any art made by a person of African descent or art made by anyone which substantially reflects or is influenced by…Continue
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HAPPY BLACK SPECULATIVE FICTION MONTH!Continue
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BLACK ART IN AMERICA™ at Faison Firehouse Theatre
Fine Art Show & Sale of Works by African-American Master Artists and their Contemporaries ...…Continue
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"My Dad says learn about your culture on BAIA" - Dallas, TX
Often times you just never know the lives you touch. This is a postcard we received at the Black Art In America offices today. It warms our heart to know we are making a difference and furthering our mission to document, preserve and promote the contributions from the African American art community and…Continue
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Alliance of Black Art Galleries Established in St. Louis, Missouri
Organizers of the Alliance of Black Art Galleries pictured.…Continue
“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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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
Black Art In America Ad In Chicago Gallery News
Runs August - December 2013
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Harlem Brewing Company™ is pleased to invite the Black Art In America™ community out for the Garden Pop-Up @ Mist. Our media partnership with Black Art In America™ helps us further engage the creative community with supporting arts programming. Our latest venture will provide a space in HOT HARLEM for the virtual exhibition of member artists works curated by Black Art In America. Join Harlem Brew Garden™ Pop-Up @ Mist -- August…Continue
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Welcome to phase two, Shop BAIA Online™ (SBO). SBO is a place where you can shop and browse for art from our growing network of artists, collectors, estates and galleries. Shopbaiaonline.com is a place for you to find the best values on great art and collectibles.
The launch of SHOP…Continue
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Gradually more and more artists and makers are learning about this medium I like to describe as akin to working with "solid paint." Over the past decades fine artists and craftspeople have chosen polymer clay as their medium of choice. Works featuring this clay can be found in sophisticated art galleries and museums, such as the Smithsonian Institution, around the world.
In the early 1990’s an acquaintance introduced me to polymer clay. Initially, in the early days I would work…Continue
"Yesterday, I posted a few comments about the current state of the National Black Arts Festival.. Due to shared remarks between two opposing parties that got a bit personal and off topic, I deleted the thread. The following comments I've written today are very similar to those that were subsequently erased.
Thank you, and I would love to here your feedback on this
To all, I'm speaking for a lot of…
Sheer Elegance by James DenmarkContinue
A well seasoned venture into afro-Cuban culture and life. A balanced blend of jazz, arts and sports for travelers interested in a 360 degree experience of what Cuba is today. We will enjoy the international flavors at the Havana Jazz Festival,…Continue
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In this non-Post-Black era, there is a move to erase or eliminate the use of the terms Black, African-American, etc. in the labeling of artists/artist's works in fine art and historical institutions. The problem is the way conversations are constructed about the African-American experience; meaning, 1. Self-hate, 2. Skin-color, 3. Fix-in, 4. Contributor, 5. Historian, and my favor, 6. Black-ideology? I took some of my university graduate art students to a museum to view several works by…Continue
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