Above: Looking Back to a Bright Future by Julie Mehretu The Detroit Institute of Arts’ newest “Guest of Honor” is a 2003 painting by African-born artist Julie Mehretu entitled “Looking Back to a Bright New Future,” on loan from a private collection for approximately two years.
Above: AAADT in Billy Wilson’s The Winter in Lisbon. Photo by Christopher Duggan Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre has wowed audiences for close to 60 years.
Above: Architectural Wig by Meschac Gaba The new and wide-ranging collection presents an investigation into the decentralization of the hegemonic and indisputable model of western artistic modernity in the current geopolitical scenario March 21 through June 3, 2017.
Above: Delano Dunn’s We Ain’t Even Been To The Ocean 2017, 49” x 72” Paper, Mylar, cellophane, vinyl, shoe polish and resin on board Long Gallery Harlem is pleased to announce the opening of No One Can Be This Tomorrow, a solo exhibition of work by Delano Dunn that explores the false promise of true freedom and equality in the wake of the Emancipation Proclamation, the Civil Rights movement, and the election of Barack Obama, all moments of jubilation in Black America.
Above: Wood, glass beads, horse tail, and thread 36.8 × 17.8 × 49.5 cm (14 1/2 × 7 × 19 1/2 in.) Gift from the Holly and David Ross Collection 2016-102 The Andrew W.
Senegal-born director Alain Gomis is one of many winners in this year Berlin International Film Festival. Mr. Gomis’ film Felicite, about a singer in a bar in Kinshasa on a search for help to pay her son’s hospital bills.
Above: Drawing Memory, Havana biennial, 2015. Image by Victor Ekpuk. The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art is proud to host Victor Ekpuk, a Nigerian-born, Washington D.C.-based artist, from March 6 –
Above: Work by Justin Dingwall With an ambitious events programme and over 80 exhibitors spanning two large halls at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), the Cape Town Art Fair (CTAF) 2017 is the largest incarnation of the event to date.