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Today we had the opportunity to sit down with staff and Board President of the Tacoma Art Museum, as a response to our Die In at TAM. It was a productive meeting.
We discussed the importance of our action, and the impact it has had within our communities. Not only has it shaped the discussion around the…Continue
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The New York Times acknowledged, after decades of spotty acquisitions and token exhibitions, American museums are rewriting the history of 20th century art to include black artists. …Continue
"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…Continue
Faron Manuel interviews Boy Wonder of Electric Jacket during Miami Art Basel 2015.…Continue
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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…Continue
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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…Continue
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By Faron Manuel
As artist develop in their journey they tend to amass an abundance of their own works, created in various stages of their careers; in moments of trial, experimentation, and refinement.
Due to the relatively crude nature of some artist's earlier works, and lack of some aesthetic qualities and substance found in their latter works some followers and patrons could be slower to appreciate or enjoy an…
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PERKULATOR™ Discussions : Where we like our conversations as HOT as our coffee. When an Art Scholar, Museum Director and Creatives meet up during Art Basel Miami 2014 part…Continue
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A Step Back In Time at Louisiana's Whitney Plantation
“Imagine what it would feel like to be someone else’s property. Imagine you are a field slave. You wake up before sunrise. You work until dark, which is 8 or 9 in hot humid summers. Your life depends on the whims of your master or…Continue
By Faron Manuel
Art spaces provide an outlet for an array of creative endeavors, and tends to create an environment that is conducive not only to creative presentations but multifaceted entertainment, fellowship, and meaningful interactions. Then too, such an environment can be ideal for those…Continue
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PERKULATOR™ Discussions : Where we like our conversations as HOT as our coffee. Learning to Love myself with Tamara Natalie Madden.
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SHAWN MICHAEL WARREN
I knew early on that I wanted to pursue painting as a life profession. I received my BFA in fine art, as well as having the rare opportunity to study at the Florence Academy of Art in Italy. My works are a reflection of my personal interests (music,…Continue
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The Collector's Voice with Linda and Bob. -- We visited with Linda and Bob October 2nd, 2015 and talked about a few of the artists in the collection in their Atlanta home. …
Faron Manuel assitant editor for BAIA speaks with Juanita Hardy, collector and recently retiring Director…
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Memorable moments happen over great wine, art and friends. We extend our warmest gratitude to Wine & Spirits Magazine for being the Official Wine Sponsor of the Black Art In America Fine Art Show at the Faison Firehouse Theater, October 23rd - 25th, 2015. …
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