If you look at any influencer’s home or even visual podcasts, you start to notice a very familiar abstract print: sometimes black and white, sometimes black, white and gold, but they use the same broad brush strokes of color on a simple white canvas.
The Exhibition is the First Ever to Explore the Symbolism of the Guitar in American Art The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) is excited to announce its upcoming exhibition, Storied Strings:
Praise Shadows is pleased to announce two important museum acquisitions for works by Helina Metaferia, both originating from the artist’s 2022 solo exhibition at the gallery, All Put Together.
Above: Gideon Appah, The Older Couple, 2021. Oil on canvas. Photo: Adam Reich Forgotten Nudes Landscapes, the latest exhibition from mixed-media artist Gideon Appah (born 1987), currently showing at the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University (ICA VCU), explores the utopic possibilities of culture, community and our collective imagination.
Above: N.E.T. | Memory of Today, Memory of the Future | African Space Art Project, Paris | 2022 | © Frédérique Toulet This Week in African Art and Culture presents a bevy of exciting events.
Above: Stacey Ravero | Ladi Kwali | Acrylic on Canvas | 2022 This week in African art and culture, we bring vibrant news from different sectors in the contemporary African art space.
Above: Helina Metaferia, Headdress 342022, mixed media collage, 42 x42 inches- framed (approx). Image courtesy the artist. Praise Shadows Art Gallery is pleased to announce the solo exhibition, All Put Together, by Helina Metaferia.
This Week in Black Art: James Earl Jones Gets a Thearer Named in His Honor, New Black Arts Executives, and more
This Week in Black Art and Cultured is sponsored by The Children’s Trust This week in Black art and culture, a new edition of For Colored Girls is to be published ahead of the show’s revival.
The KNOW Contemporary in partnership with Artsy, the leading global online marketplace present BLACK, a group exhibition curated by visual artist and founder of The KNOW Contemporary, Knowledge Bennett and author and art historian Charles Moore.