Above:Black Kirby, Future Perfekt 2 – Cloud, Digital archival print on paper, 18 x 24 inches, courtesy of the Artist. The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU recently launched its spring programming, celebrating topics that include Afrofuturism and the concept of cyclical time.
Get ready for Light the Night, when buildings in downtown Fort Lauderdale will come alive with spectacular video projection displays the first week of March.
This week in Black art: Accolades and celebrity acknowledgments abound for designer Telfar Clemens and youth poet laureate Amanda Gorman. Young designer Marine Serre breaks into the fashion scene.
This week in Black art and culture, we cover Rihanna’s high-end fashion line. Her line, Fenty, with LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton was paused, while her other clothing and cosmetic projects were elevated and amply funded in the same week.
Pérez Art Museum Miami Acquires Artworks by Gordon Parks, Tunji Adeniyi-Jones, and Kwame Brathwaite at Eighth Annual Art + Soul Celebration
PAMM Renames Fund for African American Art to Fund for Black Art, Raises Over $1.4 Million for Fund with Major Donations from the Knight Foundation, Ford Foundation, and Jorge M.
Inspired By The Late Artist And Curator David Driskell’s Landmark Exhibit, “Two Centuries of Black American Art,” The Film Features Several Celebrated Artists Working Today Firmly rooted in the history of the Black American experience, BLACK ART:
This week in African art and culture, we’re starting off Black History Month with many events to announce. Kanaval is a go in Ayati (Creole for Haiti), despite rising political problems.
“The buck stops here” is a famous quote by President Harry Truman. Essentially, he was saying that the decisions went through him and that he took the responsibility for major decisions and finances for the country.
Foregrounding Environment and Indigenous Knowledge in Inter | Sectionality: Diaspora Art from the Creole City by Maleke Glee
Above: Evelyn Politzer, “Every Drop Counts,” 2018. Hand-knit wool. The forced labor of enslaved Africans dispersed throughout Europe, the Caribbean and the Americas was foundational to modern capitalism.