Displaying Beauford Delaney portraits alongside abstractions, the exhibition reveals the common intention in which he approached both genres.
Beauford Delaney portraits take center stage this go-round with the show contextualizing the artist’s highly personal portraiture practice.
What created an early hub of Black art in Detroit? How did this city come to possess such a fertile market for Black collectors and artists?
SFMOMA announced a major gift of paintings, sculptures and drawings by 20 American artists from the Joyner-Giuffrida Collection.
The Johnson Collection in Spartanburg, SC shares history of the William E. Harmon Awards for Distinguished Achievement Among Negroes, an initiative that became best known for its celebration of black visual artists.
James Baldwin inspired Beauford Delaney with his fearless social conscience and commitment to civil rights causes.