Dawoud Bey: 40 Years of Photos Affirming the ‘Lives of Ordinary Black People’ | The New York Times A new retrospective book “Seeing Deeply” reveals his decades-long exploration of community, memory and photography.

A new retrospective book “Seeing Deeply” reveals his decades-long exploration of community, memory and photography.

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Nights at the Museum: Good for Cultivating an Art Habit and Romance | The New York Times

Facebook0Twitter0MailHilarie M. Sheets , The New York Times Monique and Ronald Ollie in front of Ed Clark’s “Untitled” (1975).CreditCreditSam Gilliam/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Daniel Dorsa for The New York Times. Featured Image Ronald Ollie was an engineering student at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in the early 1970s, he would take […]

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Redrawing the History of Women of Color in Vibrant Hues | Hyperallergic Firelei Báez: Joy Out of Fire, on view at Harlem’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, offers long-overdue recognition for a number of women activists, writers, artists, and politicians of color.

Firelei Báez: Joy Out of Fire, on view at Harlem’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, offers long-overdue recognition for a number of women activists, writers, artists, and politicians of color.

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Deconstructing Race in Western Painting | Hyperallergic The most interesting part of this excellent exhibition is its presentation of black modernists, for here we enter relatively unfamiliar territory.

The most interesting part of this excellent exhibition is its presentation of black modernists, for here we enter relatively unfamiliar territory.

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New Fishtown gallery spotlights women artists of color | The Inquirer Daily News A new art gallery has opened in Fishtown that's dedicated to showing the works of female artists of color, and it draws its inspiration from a decades-before-her-time "maker" (and candy-shop owner) from North Philly.

A new art gallery has opened in Fishtown that’s dedicated to showing the works of female artists of color, and it draws its inspiration from a decades-before-her-time “maker” (and candy-shop owner) from North Philly.

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Decolonize This Place Demands Repatriation of “Imperial Plunder” at the Brooklyn Museum | Hyperallergic Parallel to today’s protest at the RISD Museum, organizers from Decolonize This Place gathered at the Brooklyn Museum to decry stolen objects in the Brooklyn Museum’s collection.

Parallel to today’s protest at the RISD Museum, organizers from Decolonize This Place gathered at the Brooklyn Museum to decry stolen objects in the Brooklyn Museum’s collection.

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Harlem School of the Arts Tops a Million in Contributions for the Second Straight Year | The Network Journal

Facebook0Twitter0MailTNJ Staff , The Network Journal Buck Ennis. Yvette Campbell leads the Harlem School of the Arts. Featured Image This year’s Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) Masquerade Ball and After Party, an annual benefit gala in support of the 54-year-old arts organization, surpassed expectations once again by raising over a million dollars, for the […]

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A Portrait of Black Mental Health in Hues of Black and Blue | Hyperallergic Influenced by Picasso’s Blue Period, Malik Roberts explores the repercussions of generational poverty, racism, and violence in Black communities using monochromatic hues.

Influenced by Picasso’s Blue Period, Malik Roberts explores the repercussions of generational poverty, racism, and violence in Black communities using monochromatic hues.

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