Above: Johanne Rahaman. Photo by Maggie Steber Documentary photographer Johanne Rahaman has traveled the state of Florida in search of the persistence of Black presence;
Legend has it that the Statue of Liberty was supposed to be a sister. I like to imagine that sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi would have chuckled at the brutal irony of his commission.
Above: King Debs, Ritual Dance 001. Courtesy of the artist. arebyte Gallery and The National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo are pleased to announce POWERPLAY, a group exhibition featuring artists working within digital media, moving image and technology.
“To Set at Liberty Them That Are Bruised”: Hybrid Antidotes, Artistic Apothecaries, and Women of Vision by Chenoa Baker
Above: Delita Marin | Six Persimmons | 2019 | acrylic, charcoal, decorative papers, hand-stitching, relief printing, oil and acrylic on wood | 51.5 x 71.5 inches.
After George Floyd’s death, a lot of protests erupted in the country. People took to the streets with signs and slogans such as “Black Lives Matter” to condemn police brutality.
Above: Derrick Adams, Floater 8 (pizza), 2016. Hero image courtesy of Derrick Adams. Breathe. Breathe. During times of anxiety, people utter these words of comfort.
How These Women Successfully Navigate Their Careers During a Pandemic Dr. Kelli Morgan Above: Dr. Kelli Morgan. Image courtesy of NUVO.