Above: Ed Clark, The China Series, acrylic on canvas. Black art is more popular than ever, and we now have a new art auction house, Black Art Auction, showcasing some of the best African American artists in the nation that is slated to raise the hammer on May 16, 2020.
As of today, many people, American citizens in particular, are experiencing a historic pandemic. I have never experienced this type of fear and most of my countrymen haven’t either.
Above: Work by Whitfield Lovell. Photo by Halima Taha. Despite the concerns over Coronavirus or COVID-19, The 2020 Armory Show went on last weekend with an array of fantastic work by Black artists.
Meleko Mokgosi: Your Trip to Africa Explores Complex Socioeconomic Dynamics of Contemporary Southern Africa
Above: Meleko Mokgosi. Democratic Intuition, Lerato: Philia I, 2016. © Meleko Mokgosi. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is pleased to present Meleko Mokgosi:
Nona Hendryx Brings Special Multisensory Tribute to Afrofuturism Pioneer Sun Ra to The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Above: Afrofuturism- Francesca Harper- State of Grace Park Avenue Armory -Credit Marc Millman Harlem Stage, the legendary uptown venue that for over 35 years has promoted the creative legacy of Harlem and artists of color from around the corner and across the globe, is proud to present its Spring 2020 season of performances.
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: Stephen Arboite Haitian Independence Day is a celebration of the first Black republic in the Americas. It is also a day of great pride for Blacks in the Americas-proof that we are can make possibilities into reality.
Above: Ceramic work by Morel Doucet. Where do you find Black artists during Miami Art Week? Do Black artists exhibit during Art Basel Miami Beach?
The National YoungArts Foundation is one of the few organizations that continually invest in their former winners. This strategy does not go unnoticed.