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Our Challenge: SEEING BEAUTY IN DIFFERENCE!
Hampton University Museum’s journal, the International Review of African American Art (IRAAA), is a semi-finalist for the Business Unusual National Challenge sponsored by EMC Arts.
Our Challenge project will support the art of seeing beauty in difference. The “different” beauty that the project will encourage people to see is beauty that deviates…Continue
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You know, a Black man, designed most of America's Finest architecture,
"Abele Julian Francis" (1881-1950)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_Abele
a Black man Designed the railroad to get the supplies to build the building's!
also, Black Slaves built Most of the Building's, including the White House, No it was not voluntary, but this is OUR Country lets take Pride in what our ancestors did for us to enjoy and we…Continue
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"Big Mama" by Jamaal Barber
12x15.25" limited edition serigraph of 19 $225.
Black Art In America™ is proud to make available these original prints by artist Jamaal Barber. Original fine art…Continue
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Thorton Dial, Purvis Young, and Lonnie Holley in The Collection of Bill Arnett.
Some would say that in terms of Black art the works of these gentlemen are definitive of the Black experience in its most authentic form. I happen to disagree, but will concede that the combined talents of these men represent the articulation of a segment of our society that shares the African American experience plus its harsh realities, and transforms it into some of the most heartfelt expressions in the…Continue
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Picasso's African Period was the period when Pablo Picasso painted in a style which was strongly influenced by African sculpture. This period lasted from 1907 to 1909. This period, which followed his Blue Period and Rose Period, was also called the Negro Period or Black Period.
I publish a community journal entitled UMOJA Magazine, which focuses on only positive news for Black people. Behind this is my philosophy that we don't acknowledge what we as individuals have accomplished and so this is a platform to do this. We waste a lot of tim defending ourselves, explaining racism, and sometimes hating on one another. Anyway, I have invited artists to let me use their work on the covers of UMOJA magazine as a way of positively entering the magazine. I have been…Continue
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As a woman in the male-dominated engineering field, Carnetta Davis understood well the plight of black artists trying to be recognized with their peers in other races.
"I can draw parallels between my own experiences [and] those experiences of African-American artists, both past and present," says the onetime Chattanoogan, now a resident of Birmingham, Ala., "and these parallels fuel my passion."
That passion is the serious collection of art, something she and…Continue
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By Jabulani Leffall
Now that we understand that a ghetto genius can be a pianist in Warsaw or a rapper in Long Beach or an accountant in Austin or a visual artist in Nebraska, we begin to look at the roundness and fullness of a life examined honestly. There is a circular flow of…Continue
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"Dandy is defined as "A man who affects extreme elegance in clothes and manners", recently Dandy/Dandyism culture has been in the news and exhibitions. I have to also admit that it has been the style of choice for the men in my works of art. Although my work tackles topics of…
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