Julie Mehretu will be honored at Amref Health Africa’s annual ArtBall event held February 25, 2023 at 26 Bridge in Brooklyn, NY.
Seth Fiifi Afful is known for his unique and uniformly arranged patterns as used in both the background and subjects of his paintings.
Vitus Shell creates portraits that challenge this tradition, while also sharing a concern for the historical representation of Black bodies.
The Florida Highwaymen art movement takes its name from how the group sold their work. The Highwaymen took their art direct to consumer.
Chris Friday artwork was an expression of her own willingness to directly address and systemic issues facing Black communities.
The first Florida Highwaymen art show 2023 opens at the A.E. Backus Museum & Gallery in Ft. Pierce, continuing an annual series.
Nina Johnson gallery presents Texas / Yeshiva, a new solo exhibition by artist Marika Thunder opening January 12, 2023.
IMAGINE BLACKNESS is a collaborative exploration of Blackness and Black representation through AI-generated images.
The USF Contemporary Art Museum presents ‘Poor People’s Art: A (Short) Visual History of Poverty in the United States.’
Frederick J. Brown was a pioneering figure in New York City’s art scene of the 1970s and 1980s and developed groundbreaking approaches.
Whether beautiful, ugly, or something that defies categories, the Art Institute of Chicago African art exhibition, celebrates these objects.