(L to R: “Contemplation” by Nandi Okonkwo, “J’accuse No. 3” by Charles White, and “Leaving Mississippi” by Najee Dorsey)
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NEW YORK, NY – September 16, 2013 – The works of 25 African-American Master Artists and their Contemporaries will be on display for the Black Art In America™ at The Faison Firehouse Theater Art Show and Sale (in Harlem, NYC) — from 2pm to 9pm on Friday, October 4th; from 12 noon to 10pm on Saturday, October 5th and on Sunday, October 6th (by appointment only). The public is invited to attend. The Faison Firehouse Theater is located at: Six Hancock Place, NYC 10027 (124th Street between Nicholas & Morningside Avenues).
Art Icon Charles White’s, “J’Accuse No. 3” (unseen by the public for over 40 years), will be among the featured artwork. Charles W. White is one of America’s most renowned and recognized artists, and among the most successful artists at public auction of African-American descent.
Black Art In America™ at the Faison Firehouse Theater Art Show will feature works by established and emerging talents with featured artists among the who’s who of African-American art.
Host, Najee Dorsey is Founder and CEO of Black Art In America™ (BAIA). BAIA is the leading online social network focused on African-American art. BAIA provides member artists with global exposure by connecting them to collectors, art institutions and visual arts professionals. The BAIA network has become a resource allowing the global arts market to become familiar with a variety of artists and participate in the exchange of thought within our online visual arts community.
Please refer to these links on Black Art In America™ (BAIA) for more information:
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