As the year comes to an end, we reflect on the many great exhibitions that have featured work by both emerging and established Black artists from Promise, Witness, Remembrance curated by Alison Glenn early this year, a tribute to Breonna Taylor’s life featuring a portrait by Amy Sherald to Bisa Butler’s iconic textile presentation at the Art Institute of Chicago in early fall, and most recently, Amoako Boafo’s highly anticipated first museum solo exhibition:
Above: This Titus Kapar work was chosen because of a quote by Dr. Erica Moiah James “I saw several instances of artwork that made me uncomfortable,” Dr.
I DREAM A WORLD: The Harlem Renaissance and Beyond A week-long multi-disciplinary festival February 1-5, 2022
The New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy (NWS) and Artistic Director Michael Tilson Thomas announce I Dream a World: The Harlem Renaissance and Beyond, a multi-disciplinary, multi-tiered festival that celebrates the history and influence of this cultural movement.
The nonprofit Sundance Institute announced today the showcase of new independent work selected across the Feature Film, Indie Episodic, and New Frontier categories for the 2022 Sundance Film Festival.
Art Basel returned to Miami Beach to collectors and art lovers ready to put isolation behind them. Parties, discussions, and space after space of Black figuration showed that the art world acknowledged that Black representation is important to the art market.
Above:Betye Saar, Gliding into Midnight, 2019. Mixed media assemblage, 144 x 180 x 180 in. Tia Collection, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Goodman Gallery presents Glyphs: an exhibition of bronze sculptures from William Kentridge In the Miami Design District
Above:William Kentridge | Goat 2021 Bronze | Work: 120 x 80 x 150 cm | Edition of 8 Goodman Gallery is pleased to present Glyphs, an exhibition of bronze sculptures from William Kentridge’s ongoing series, alongside the original drawing from his most recent animated film, City Deep.
Before Louis Oliver became an art festival director, he was an all-American former college and professional football player for the Miami Dolphins.
Above: Florida Memorial University campus, Miami Gardens, Florida. Friday, December 3, Noon to – 1pm EST tinyurl.com/ArtBaselHBCUFMUTour Each year, art lovers travel from all over the world to see the ﬁnest art during Art Basel in beautiful Miami Beach, Florida.
SuperRare, the pioneering marketplace for curated NFT artwork, today debuts the first ever NFT artwork collaboration between Snoop Dogg and Coldie entitled Decentral Eyes Dogg.
“I’ve learned that at the core of all of the world’s great cities is a thriving community of artists and creatives” An Interview with Jorge M. Pérez By Kendra Walker
Above: Jorge M.Pérez Before donating $20 million worth of Latin American art to the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM, previously known as the Museum of Art Miami), Jorge M.
Above: Prince Gyasi, The Power of Choice, Courtesy of Nil Gallery. Prince Gyasi , represented by Nil Gallery will be at Art Miami.
This week in African art and culture, we bring you highlights from an art fair focused on contemporary African art that took place in Paris.
One of the most intriguing aspects of the digital aesthetic is that it continues to renovate older, more familiar forms of memory into nearly unrecognizable trends of design.
This Week in Black Art: Playwright Ed Bullins Passes Away, Jamilla James is the New Senior Curator of MCA Chicago, more
This week in Black art and culture, the MCA Chicago selects Jamillah James as its new senior curator. Cuban artists and activists boycott the Havana Biennial, compelling participants to withdraw.
Public Theater (Artistic Director, Oskar Eustis; Executive Director, Patrick Willingham) announced a one-week extension of the world premiere play CULLUD WATTAH through Sunday, December 12.
Ntozake Shange’s groundbreaking for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf Go on Sale Today
Single tickets for the first Broadway revival of Ntozake Shange’s groundbreaking for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf will go on sale exclusively for American Express® Card Members beginning today, November 15, at 10 a.m.
This Week in Black Art and Culture: Congolese Museum Burns Down, Torkwase Dyson Represented by Gray, and more
Above: Torkwase Dyson in her New York studio. Photo: Weston Wells. This week in Black art and culture, nine people died at Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival, and hundreds more were injured.
The Green Family Foundation’s new art space dedicated to Miami-Dade artists opens November 12 with a group show of 10 BIPoC artists
Above: Stephen Arboite. “Mete Dlo Nan Diven Ou (Put Some Water In Your Wine),” 2018 The works of Alma Leiva, DePaul Vera, Edison Peñafiel, Luis Garcia Nerey, Morel Doucet, Pamela Largaespada, Rhea Leonard, Stephen Arboite, T.
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale will present the first solo museum exhibition of Miami artist Jared McGriff from November 20 through February 13, 2022.