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.
Olalekan Jeyifous will be the next artist spotlighted for the Momentary Flag Project in Bentonville, Arkansas.
The Broad (Los Angeles) announces Time Decorated: The Musical Influences of Jean-Michel Basquiat, a three-part video series dedicated to the famed New York City artist.
Rarely-seen installation works by pioneering artist Betye Saar (b. 1926) will receive their first dedicated exhibition in more than three decades at ICA Miami next October.
The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. celebrates its 100th year with power and style. Jacob Lawrence, David Driskell and Alma Thomas will all shine inside America’s fist museum dedicated to Modern art throughout 2021.
The focused exhibition spotlights the centuries-old sub-Saharan tradition of silk production through indigenous and imported practices.
In partnership with contemporary artist Kenya (Robinson), the Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) has launched of “BLIXEL: (Re)Stock Image Collection,” a project designed to address under-representation of people of African descent in stock imagery.
Eccentric, brilliant and a century ahead of his time, George Ohr is featured in the exhibition “Deliberately Distorted: The Pottery of George E. Ohr,” which will be on view through Jan. 10, 2021.
“Living Color brings together 60 paintings from five outstanding private collections, featuring the works of the core group of Florida Highwaymen.
Micah Johnson is a self-taught figurative artist who uses strong gestural lines combined with loose brush strokes to create dramatic portraits primarily featuring African-American children.