There is nothing more precious and beautiful to witness as Black love. That is why the virtual exhibit from Chicago’s DuSable Museum of African American History’s Geoffrey and Carmen:
A major solo exhibition by the Los Angeles-based artist Rodney McMillian—his first in a New York City museum—will fill the main gallery of The Studio Museum in Harlem when the spring exhibition season begins on March 24, 2016.
The Spelman College Museum of Fine Art will present Black Chronicles II, an exhibition curated by Renée Mussai and Mark Sealy of London-based arts agency Autograph ABP, which explores the Black presence in late 19th century Victorian Britain through the prism of studio portraiture.
Art Basel ended December 6 with significant sales and major excitement for collectors, gallery owners and fans of the week-long art fair.This year included artists from all areas of the African Diaspora such as Nari Ward from Jamaica, Elias Sime from Ethiopia, Hank Willis Thomas, Renee Cox, and Mickalene Thomas.According to Art Basel,”The 14th edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach closed amid reports of high sales and enthusiastic reception from collectors, institutions, gallerists and critics from across the Americas and the world.”
In Fine Style is the first solo retrospective of Wilfred Limonious (1949–99), one of Jamaica’s most prolific illustrators and designers, and father of what has become known as ‘dancehall art’.
Victoria Miro presents the second of two exhibitions at the gallery this autumn by the celebrated American artist Kara Walker November 13 through January 16, 2016 at Victoria Miro 14 St George Street in London, United Kingdom.