Nadia Wolff is currently in a dual enrollment academic program with RISD and Brown University. The artist is focused in Africana Studies at Brown has brought the artist into contact with professors that are helping the artist formulate the intellectual foundation of the artist’s practice.
The exterior during the INCOGNITO benefit art sale at the Institute of Contemporary Art on September 8, 2018, in Los Angeles, California.
Sistrunk-A-Fair, a new week-long festival in the Sistrunk community of Broward County in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, endeavors to make local Black creative histories more visible.
Above: Jeffrey Gibson, Wendell and Xavier, 2018. Digital photograph, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., Kavi Gupta, and Roberts Projects.
Above: Well Feed by Leroy Campbell. Atlanta-based painter, Leroy Campbell’s most recent solo exhibition, is a call to action and an appeal for global community building.
CAPSULE 09Raphaela Vogel. A Woman’s Sports CarJanuary 18, 2019–June 30, 2019 A Woman’s Sports Car, which Raphaela Vogel has created for her exhibition at Haus der Kunst, places viewers in a spectacular but unstable setting.
What is Latinx art, and what are the conversations taking place nationally that surround that term? What does the Latinx art conversation look like in Miami?
International Film Festival Rotterdam has always celebrated the ways in which art and film intersect. Every year, the festival incorporates exhibitions, performances and screenings of artist film and video on the big screen.
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.
Master of Fine Arts degree program at UMass Amherst is a tuition-free, three-year immersive course of study that provides students with a platform for critical engagement with their work.
Above: Isaac Kariuki, Weaponise The Internet for OOMK, 2017. © Courtesy the artist. Graphic design: The Laboratory of Manuel Bürger, Alexander Papoli-Barawati.