The National YoungArts Foundation is one of the few organizations that continually invest in their former winners. This strategy does not go unnoticed.
One of the most prolific artists currently on the international art scene is the Brooklyn, New York based multidisciplinary artist, Derrick Adams.
Spinello Projects is delighted to announce the debut solo show, Alone, Together, by Miami-based artist Jared McGriff. The exhibition runs through October 31st, 2019.Quiet is as kept.McGriff uses imagined portraiture and landscape to explore the relationships between people and their environment.
Sugarcane Magazine today announces artist Sheena Rose as guest editor for the Barbados-themed third issue of the print edition Sheena Rose, a contemporary multi-disciplinary artist, based in Barbados, will work with other artists, performers, writers such as Jason Fitzroy Jeffers and photographer Adrian Richards to create an in-depth exploration of Barbadian identity, culture, history, and gender.
December 6th marked an important day for Senegal and the African diaspora, as the Musée Civilisations Noires ( Museum of Black Civilization or MCN) opened to the world with sacred African artifacts and world-class Black art.
When Art Basel arrived in Miami Beach in 2001, collectors, jet-setters, visual artists, curators and administrators, and lovers of all-things-cultural on South Beach, flooded the area and satellite locations.
The National YoungArts Foundation has launched many young people to the career of their dreams. Kerry Washington, Viola Davis, Billy Porter, and Judith Hill have all been winners after the competition ended.
Above: Kerry James Marshall at David Zwirner Kerry James Marshall, Untitled (Large Colours), 2018 215.2 x 305.5 x 10.2 cm David Zwirner is pleased to present Kerry James Marshall: