Above: Installation shot of Genevieve Gaignard’s Strange Fruit presented by Vielmetter Los Angeles. All Images courtesy of the artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles;
The Cleveland Museum of Art Acquires Original Plaster Model of Why Born Enslaved! and Other New Acquisitions
Recent acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) include a masterpiece by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, the foremost French sculptor of the Second Empire (1852-1870);
Above: William O. Golding (American 1874-1943), Tug William F. McAuley, Atlantic Towing Co., Sav, GA, 1934 Pencil and crayon on paper, 9 x 12 in., Telfair Museums, Museum purchase, 2009.23 The sea has a way of asking, “what if?” What if William O.
Gagosian New York to Present New Work by Alexandria Smith in Her First Solo Exhibition with the Gallery
Pretend Gravitas and Dream Aborted Givens Opens April 28, 2022 Gagosian is pleased to present Pretend Gravitas and Dream Aborted Givens, an exhibition of new works by Alexandria Smith at its Park &
This Week in Black Art: Black Art at World Center, SFMOMA Names New Trustees, Najama Ahmed on Cover of Vogue, and More
Above: Najma Ahmed. Photo: Valentin B. Giacobetti This Week in Black Art and Culture is sponsored by The Children’s Trust
This week in African art and culture, a new solo exhibition by a Ghanaian German artist has opened in Paris. In the wake of the thriving contemporary art scene’s expansion beyond Africa, a Cameroonian historian has joined renowned U.K.
Above: Stacey Ravero | Ladi Kwali | Acrylic on Canvas | 2022 This week in African art and culture, we bring vibrant news from different sectors in the contemporary African art space.
This week in Black Art and Culture: The Black News Channel Shuts Down, The Piano Lesson Comes to Broadway, Nancy L. Lane Passes Away
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