The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) announced today that Dr. Constance W. Rice has been elected Chair of the museum’s board of trustees, effective September 21, 2021.
Live Arts Miami presents Hattie Mae Williams’ Currents A Double Feature Film and Immersive Art Experience
Live Arts Miami (LAM) is proud to present Hattie Mae Williams’ Currents at the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, the fifth of six unforgettable new performance works addressing climate change and sustainability produced by the 2020/2021 LALA Artists In Residence.
Indie Memphis is thrilled to announce the promotion of Kayla Myers to the full-time position of Programmer & Black Creators Forum Coordinator.
Above: Kahlil Robert Irving, Dreams in the line and memories (/whipped), 2021 (detail), glazed and unglazed ceramic with decals and luster on wood platform, 7 × 100 × 55 inches (17.8 × 254 × 139.7 cm) © Kahlil Robert Irving Gagosian is pleased to present Social Works II, the sequel to the American chapter that was on view at the gallery in New York.
Above: Prince Gyasi at Nil Gallery After a year marked by the cancellation and postponement of events, AKAA returns in 2021 with energy and determination and continues to stand for a multi-faceted Africa, which transcends historical boundaries and whose artistic voices resonated in the four corners of the world.
Above: Installation view | J’ai Deux Amours | Marianne Ibrahim Gallery, Paris | 2021 This week in African art and culture is one mixed with pleasant surprises and excitement.
Above: Drake performing. Photo by The Come Up Show. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic license.
The Family of Jean-Michel Basquiat Announces Sir David Adjaye OBE as Exhibition Designer for Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure©, Also Reveals Details of the Exhibition’s Themes and Environments Opens April 9, 2022 at the NYC Landmark Starrett-Lehigh Building
The family of Jean-Michel Basquiat has announced that renowned architect Sir David Adjaye OBE will serve as the Exhibition Designer for Jean-Michel Basquiat:
National Museum of African American History and Culture Opens New Exhibition “Make Good the Promises: Reconstruction and Its Legacies”
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) will debut a new exhibition Sept. 24 exploring an often-overlooked period of history, the Reconstruction era.
Hale Woodruff & Mid-Century Abstraction Lead African American Art at Swann Figurative Works, Assemblage, Sculpture Across Movements Feature
Above: Howardena Pindell, Untitled #57, acrylic, watercolor, punched graph papers, gold and computer tape, 1974–75. Estimate $30,000 to $40,000.