Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson’s House and Journals features new work by beloved artist
Above: Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, Easter Egg Hunt, 1993, watercolor with thread, 29 ¾ x 44 in., Columbus Museum of Art, Estate of the Artist.
Jumaane N’Namdi, director of the N’Namdi Contemporary Gallery, grew up immersed in the art world. The second-generation gallerist launched his career in Chicago (1997-2012), expanded to New York (2001-2009), and since has put down roots in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami (2012).
I read all these books on art collecting, and they were wonderful books, but they were written by white males or females, talking about white collectors who collected white art.
Above: Installation view: Dickens Otieno | Mbati Tailor | at Circle Art Gallery, Nairobi, Kenya | 2020 Addis Fine Art Presents Solo Exhibition:
This week on the African art and culture scene: Simphiwe Ndzube is interrogating indigenous belief systems around witchcraft in his surrealistic paintings, presented in a solo show in South Africa.