This Week in Black Art and Culture, De La Soul and Aaliyah are both on their way to being available for online streaming and purchasing.
The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA Miami) announces the newest season of ICA SPEAKS, an artist lecture series focused on promoting the exchange of art and ideas.
THE 19TH ANNUAL IMAGENATION OUTDOORS FESTIVAL KICKS OFF FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 2021 WITH THE NEW YORK PREMIERE OF TONY AWARD-WINNING ACTOR TONYA PINKINS’ DIRECTORIAL DEBUT, RED PILL, AT ST. NICHOLAS PARK
ImageNation Cinema Foundation’s 19th Annual ImageNation Outdoors Festival kicks off Friday August 13th thru September 18th. The month-long program which offers free film screenings and music in outdoor venues opens Friday, August the 13th at St.
SARAH JONES (B 1990) IS A SELF-TAUGHT ARTIST, WITH A STUDIO PRACTICE IN WASHINGTON, D.C. IN HER YOUTH, SHE RECOGNIZED A SENSE OF FAMILIARITY WITH THE ARTS, AND CONSTANTLY FOUND WAYS TO CULTIVATE THAT CREATIVE DESIRE.
This week in African art and culture, Nigeria’s art scene is brimming with activity. Affinity Art Gallery and Undiscovered Canvas are collaborating to present an exhibition in Lagos featuring two women artists, from Nigeria and South Africa, respectively.
This Week in Black Art and Culture: Rihanna is a Billionaire, Guggenheim hires Ty Woodfolk, Kehinde Wiley redesigns MTV Moon Man
This week in Black art and culture, Rihanna became the world’s richest female musician. Kehinde Wiley put his own spin on MTV’s Moon Person for its 40th anniversary.
Above: Black and Blue by Felandus Thames. Galerie Myrtis is pleased to announce European Cultural Centre has invited Galerie Myrtis to participate in the 2022 Venice Biennial Art exhibition “Personal Structures:
Support Structures for Support Structures is a fellowship programme initiated by Serpentine that supports ten artists and collectives working at the intersection of art, spatial politics and community practice.
Mario Moore’s art exhibition entitled, Enshrined: Presence + Preservation is open to the public from June 3-Sept. 19, 2021 at the Charles Wright Museum of African History, Detroit.
Above: Ngaire Blankenberg This week in African art and culture, we learned that Ngaire Blankenberg has been appointed director of one of the world’s most renowned museums.
Above: MALIKE SIDIBE (B. 1997) Please Stop the Violence, 2020 39 x 49 in. C-print on Luster surface paper, printed 2021 Sheet:39x49in This work is number four from an edition of ten.
Art Basel reveals line-up of 273 premier galleries from 33 countries and territories for the Basel show September 24 to 26, 2021
Above: Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Run Way with Me. Art Basel is pleased to announce the list of exhibitors taking part in the 2021 edition of the fair in Basel.
Spice the Queen of Dancehall shares the pre-save streaming link to her debut album “10” amidst growing anticipation for the set.
This Week in African Art and Culture. (July 11 – 17, 2021) Elvira Dyangani Ose Appointed Director in Barcelona
This week in African art and culture—one with teeming achievement and recognition for women working in the thriving art and culture scene:
This week in Black art and culture, the 73rd Annual Emmy Awards nominations have been announced with history made for the second year in a row.
“Where there is power” Provides Glimpse at the Many Ways Artists Question, Expose and Confront Power
Above: Reginald O’Neal My Father, 2018 Oil on canvas, sound 25 × 22 inches Courtesy of the artist. As we continue navigating this disorienting phase in national history, we find new opportunities to take risks.
This week in Black art and culture, Nikole Hannah-Jones announces she’s joining Howard University’s faculty. The Order of Arts and Letters is presented to Perri Irmer of the DuSable Museum of African American History.
This Week in African Art and Culture (July 4 – 10, 2021) Samson Kambalu Wins Trafalgar Square Fourth Plinth Commission
This week in African art and culture, we bring news of excellence that showcases artists who are working on and off the continent.
Book Discussion With Former Xerox CEO Ursula M. Burns Headlines July Programming at the National Museum of African American History and Culture
Above: July 4 March through Chapel Hill, July 4, 1964. Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift of James H Wallace Jr.
This Week in African Art and Culture (June 19 – 26, 2021) :Cinga Samson Sets New Record at the Phillips 20th Century Sale in New York
This week in African art and culture, a relatively young South African curator is named director of one of Switzerland’s most notable museums.