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The Vibrant Art Of Roxbury’s Ekua Holmes Recalls The Harlem Renaissance | 90.9 WBUR Ekua Holmes is a welcome anachronism in African-American art, a woman who illuminates contemporary painting by embracing an aesthetic from the past.

Ekua Holmes is a welcome anachronism in African-American art, a woman who illuminates contemporary painting by embracing an aesthetic from the past.

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Photographer Alex Harsely lights up June Kelly Gallery – New York Amsterdam News A lot of planning goes into a seemingly candid photograph when an artist is at work. This fact becomes self-evident when you visit the current show at June Kelly Gallery titled “Alex Harsely: An Overview,” now on display through July 28.

A lot of planning goes into a seemingly candid photograph when an artist is at work. This fact becomes self-evident when you visit the current show at June Kelly Gallery titled “Alex Harsely: An Overview,” now on display through July 28.

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The Colour Black | Contemporary And Where in the primary place of artistic experience do we encounter the Black subject? That is one of the questions that artist Kerry James Marshall has asked throughout his career. MOCA Los Angeles values in the first US retrospective Marshall’s lifelong contribution to the depiction of non-stereotypical Black life

Where in the primary place of artistic experience do we encounter the Black subject? That is one of the questions that artist Kerry James Marshall has asked throughout his career. MOCA Los Angeles values in the first US retrospective Marshall’s lifelong contribution to the depiction of non-stereotypical Black life.

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The African-American artists exciting savvy collectors – Financial Times (FT) A new appreciation of African-American art by auction houses, museums and prestigious galleries – spurred on by the Obamas’ legacy – is exciting an international audience. Buy before prices soar, says Francesca Gavin

A new appreciation of African-American art by auction houses, museums and prestigious galleries – spurred on by the Obamas’ legacy – is exciting an international audience. Buy before prices soar, says Francesca Gavin.

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Imagining the Portraits of African American Women Erased from History – Hyperallergic In The Evanesced at the California African American Museum, Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle confronts society’s compulsion to reframe, mitigate, or eliminate the role of black women in the US.

In The Evanesced at the California African American Museum, Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle confronts society’s compulsion to reframe, mitigate, or eliminate the role of black women in the US.

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