Sugarcane published a guide to all of the Black artists found during Art Basel Miami Beach last week. We make sure to document where we are during this important time.
Rarely has art that explores notions of race been more relevant. The Vesper Project is a compelling and timely exhibition by New York artist Titus Kaphar, whose unforgettable installation does just that.
Project Runway Season 15 introduced the world to Shreveport, Louisiana native Latasha Henderson, of VonRay Designs. Known for clothing, accessories, and styling the likes of Byshere Gray from Empire, cast members from Power, and a host of celebrity customers, Latasha made a memorable debut on Lifetime’s hit show.
Forbes 30 Under 30 is an annual award, which recognizes bright young game changers around the world for their brilliant, innovative and inspiring ideas in their various fields of in life.
As the United States transitions from one presidency to the next, and a nation examines issues of diversity and acceptance, the Netflix original film Barry resonates.
Paris-based Wide House, one of France’s most respected documentary distributor has purchased rights to Isabelle Boni-Claverie’s “Too Black To Be French?” an Arte-aired personal exploration of racism in France, as well as a second pick-up, immigration story “Bolingo, the Forest of Love,” from Spain’s Alejandro G.
celebrate National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Jazz Master Cándido Camero on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of his first performance in the U.S.
Ed Cross Fine Art is pleased to announce EYE TO EYE, an exhibition with new paintings by Abe Odedina running from November 29th to December 4th 2016 at the Copeland Gallery in London.