The Art Market 2021 reveals market shifts during a year of exceptional challenges with extraordinary growth of online sales The fifth edition of The Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report is now available.
This Week in Black Art March 8- March 12, 2021: Reply All Ends Abruptly, Lena Waith and Daveed Diggs Voice Black Imagination, Amy Sherald makes Social Impact with Breonna Taylor, Classical Theatre of Harlem Teams Up with Playbill
This Week in Black Art and Culture, we mainly focus on the medium of audio. Two of the stories we share cover Black voices in media spaces typically run by non-Black people, and how they navigate through them to advocate for themselves.
NOLDOR, GHANA’S FIRST INDEPENDENT ARTIST RESIDENCY, GROWS INTO A THRIVING ARTISTIC HUB AS IT UNVEILS ANNUAL SENIOR AND JUNIOR FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS
Inaugurated in November 2020, the Noldor Artist Residency is Ghana’s first independent arts residency and fellowship program for contemporary African artists, located in Accra, Ghana.
Celebrities Support Ghana’s LGBTQ Community, Karon Davis Exhibits in NYC, and Jay-Z Sells Majority of Tidal to Square-This Week in Black Art
This week: Noteworthy celebrities sign a letter supporting the LGBTQ+ community in Ghana whose center suddenly is shut down. Karon Davis makes her debut at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery New York with No Good Deed Goes Unpunished.
Above: Ruben Natal SanMiguel, BRONX (Earring), Dye sublimation photograph on aluminum white matte finish, 2019, 24 x 20 x inches Claire Oliver Gallery is pleased to present Love Letters for Harlem an exhibition of photographs by John Pinderhughes, Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Jeffrey Henson Scales and Shawn Walker.
Eva Obodo’s Recent Works Opens at ko Gallery, Lagos On February 25, 2021, a new exhibition featuring recent works by Eva Obodo opened at ko Gallery, Lagos, Nigeria.