African American Art

The Black Artists You Should Know at Basel | Paper Mag

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FacebookTwitterMailThe art world’s annual December pilgrimage to Miami for Art Basel is currently underway. The glamorous mega fair and the more than two dozen satellite fairs that exist in its orbit draw tens of thousands of attendees each year. Some go to schmooze, some go to buy, and everyone arrives ready to party. So who’s invited? Most of Art Basel […]
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Collector Ronald Ollie to discuss major gift to SLAM and related exhibition | The St. Louis American

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FacebookTwitterMail“We have five generations of abstract artists represented in this exhibition,” said Alexis Assam, 2018-2019 Romare Bearden Graduate Museum Fellow and co-curator of “The Shape of Abstraction: Selections from the Ollie Collection” just ahead of the exhibition’s opening at Saint Louis Art Museum back in September. A tour led by Assam and exhibition co-curator Gretchen L. Wagner, Andrew W. Mellon […]
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Baltimore Museum Of Art Will Only Acquire Works By Women | Forbes

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FacebookTwitterMailThe Baltimore Museum of Art has announced that in 2020, only artwork created by women will be added to its permanent collection. In a bold move to reduce the gender imbalance in the museum’s collection, every single piece acquired next year, whether through a purchase or donation, will have been created by a woman. Big ideas like this one are […]
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