Dudley Alexis is a Haitian American filmmaker based in Miami. His most recent documentary, When Liberty Burns, highlights the life and death of Arthur McDuffie who died after a brutal police beating.
Above: Derrick Adams, Floater 8 (pizza), 2016. Hero image courtesy of Derrick Adams himself. 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.
Above: National YoungArts Week 2019 Yashua Klos working with students. Photo by ©Gesi Schilling. One of the most exciting exhibits in Miami is the work of National YoungArts Winners in Design, Photography, and Visual Arts.
Above: Patrick Quarm, Parallel Index , 2019. N’Namdi Contemporary, Miami, Florida, inaugurated its newly relocated space at 6505 NE 2nd Avenue, in Miami’s Little River/ Little Haiti neighborhood with a selection of large figurative paintings by African artist Patrick Quarm of Ghana.
This week, hundreds of galleries came to Miami to represent the work of artists from more than 30 countries for the 18th annual Art Basel Miami Art Week.
Above: To Truth and God, The Morris Brown College motto. Inspired by a photo of their baseball team taken in 1899.Cotton, silk, wool and velvet , 12.5’ x 10’ This is a excerpt from an article written for Sugarcane Magazine’s 4th issue by Halima Taha.
Woven Narratives: Chicago based artist SHENEQUA, pays homage to women who were instrumental in her life through the art she creates from synthetic hair by Daniel Dunson
SHENEQUA was born in St Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands and raised in Miami, FL within the Caribbean culture. Always fascinated with West African textiles, specifically Ghanaian woven cloth, SHENEQUA embarked on a formal academic journey at Kansas City Art Institute, and School of the Art Institute of Chicago that landed her on African soil.
Above: Glenn Ligon and the de la Cruz family. Photo by the author. On January 24, 2019, Glenn Ligon opened a solo show at the newly constructed Maria and Alberto de la Cruz Gallery at Georgetown University.