Above:Sockhna #3 Collage on silver print 28 x 28 cm 2015 © Vincent Michéa at Galerie Cécile Fakhoury Abidjan — Ivory Coast Striving to promote a diverse set of African perspectives from around the world, 1:54 has carefully selected 41 leading galleries specializing in contemporary African art from 18 countries across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and North America.
Above: Selfie 3 by Jared McGriff. Social media is a beautiful thing. The various platforms like Facebook, Behance, and Instagram create spaces for burgeoning artists to share and sell work without the need of a gallery.
“If you grew up in the Caribbean or a tropical environment your summertime fun as a child was probably filled with fantasy and imagination while floating in the water or running and playing on the beach.
Pérez Art Museum Miami presents Spots, Dots, Pips, Tiles: An Exhibition About Dominoes, on view June 30–October 29, 2017. This thematic exhibition highlights the domino game, an activity played daily in Miami, as metaphor for contemporary art practice.
Above: Wadsworth Jarrell, Revolutionary 1972 Private Collection © Wadsworth Jarrell What did it mean to be a Black artist in the USA during the Civil Rights movement and at the birth of Black Power?
Above: Arthur Jafa, Installation view ‘A Series of Utterly Improbable, Yet Extraordinary Renditions’, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London (08 June 2017 – 10 September 2017).
Gallery Visit: Griot Art Gallery Presents ” In the Sprit of Collaboration: Sam Gilliam and Lou Stovall”
Griot Art Gallery in partnership with MoCAAD Miami (Miami Museum of Contemporary Art of the African Diaspora) and the Center for Haitian Studies exhibits work from Sam Gilliam and Lou Stovall.
ab American artist Glenn Ligon has guest-curated a lyrical meditation on the colors blue and black for the Pulitzer Arts Foundation.
Mariane Ibrahim Gallery is very pleased to announce Falling In Love, Again an exhibition dedicated to the artist Mwangi Hutter. The exhibition opens on June 1 and will run until July 21, 2017.