Tag: Black Art

200 years of groundbreaking African American art – in pictures – The Guardian From Henry Ossawa Tanner, the first African American painter to move to Paris and be accepted into the Salon, to superstars of today like Kara Walker, here’s how generations of artists have tackled race, identity and prejudice">200 years of groundbreaking African American art – in pictures – The Guardian From Henry Ossawa Tanner, the first African American painter to move to Paris and be accepted into the Salon, to superstars of today like Kara Walker, here’s how generations of artists have tackled race, identity and prejudice

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From Henry Ossawa Tanner, the first African American painter to move to Paris and be accepted into the Salon, to superstars of today like Kara Walker, here’s how generations of artists have tackled race, identity and prejudice.
200 years of groundbreaking African American art – in pictures – The Guardian From Henry Ossawa Tanner, the first African American painter to move to Paris and be accepted into the Salon, to superstars of today like Kara Walker, here’s how generations of artists have tackled race, identity and prejudice" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Artist Shanequa Gay brings inspiring black experiences to canvas in new exhibition – The Undefeated ‘Fair Is Foul and Foul Ain’t Fair’ opens at Wofford College in honor of Women’s History Month">Artist Shanequa Gay brings inspiring black experiences to canvas in new exhibition – The Undefeated ‘Fair Is Foul and Foul Ain’t Fair’ opens at Wofford College in honor of Women’s History Month

Shanequa Gay, Dual Citizen 2016
‘Fair Is Foul and Foul Ain’t Fair’ opens at Wofford College in honor of Women’s History Month
Artist Shanequa Gay brings inspiring black experiences to canvas in new exhibition – The Undefeated ‘Fair Is Foul and Foul Ain’t Fair’ opens at Wofford College in honor of Women’s History Month" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

‘Dimensions’ at MCASD downtown presents a wide range of viewpoints – The San Diego Union-Tribune The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s exhibit “Dimensions of Black” presents a wide array of art forms and subjects from the 1970s to modern times. What ties the more than 30 pieces together is that they are all created by African-American artists.">‘Dimensions’ at MCASD downtown presents a wide range of viewpoints – The San Diego Union-Tribune The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s exhibit “Dimensions of Black” presents a wide array of art forms and subjects from the 1970s to modern times. What ties the more than 30 pieces together is that they are all created by African-American artists.

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The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s exhibit “Dimensions of Black” presents a wide array of art forms and subjects from the 1970s to modern times. What ties the more than 30 pieces together is that they are all created by African-American artists.
‘Dimensions’ at MCASD downtown presents a wide range of viewpoints – The San Diego Union-Tribune The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s exhibit “Dimensions of Black” presents a wide array of art forms and subjects from the 1970s to modern times. What ties the more than 30 pieces together is that they are all created by African-American artists." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Remembrances of Betty Blayton-Taylor, Studio Museum Co-Founder and Harlem Arts Activist – Hyperallergic Betty not only opened doors, she built new doors — doors that, nearly 50 years later, remain permanently open in her students’ own backyard.">Remembrances of Betty Blayton-Taylor, Studio Museum Co-Founder and Harlem Arts Activist – Hyperallergic Betty not only opened doors, she built new doors — doors that, nearly 50 years later, remain permanently open in her students’ own backyard.

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Betty not only opened doors, she built new doors — doors that, nearly 50 years later, remain permanently open in her students’ own backyard.
Remembrances of Betty Blayton-Taylor, Studio Museum Co-Founder and Harlem Arts Activist – Hyperallergic Betty not only opened doors, she built new doors — doors that, nearly 50 years later, remain permanently open in her students’ own backyard." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

How Black Modern Artists Defied a Singular Narrative in 1971 – Hyperallergic 1971: A Year in the Life of Color studies two exhibitions essential to the ongoing relationship between black American artists and modernism.">How Black Modern Artists Defied a Singular Narrative in 1971 – Hyperallergic 1971: A Year in the Life of Color studies two exhibitions essential to the ongoing relationship between black American artists and modernism.

Melvin Edwards, The Deluxe Show, Dominique and John de Menil, Kenneth Noland, Sam Gilliam, Richard Hunt, Jules Olitski, and Larry Poons, African American Art, Black Art, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
1971: A Year in the Life of Color studies two exhibitions essential to the ongoing relationship between black American artists and modernism.
How Black Modern Artists Defied a Singular Narrative in 1971 – Hyperallergic 1971: A Year in the Life of Color studies two exhibitions essential to the ongoing relationship between black American artists and modernism." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

No More Jezebel or Mammy: New Museum Art Exhibit Shatters Stereotypical Depictions of Black Women – Atlanta Black Star A new art exhibit at Louisiana’s Alexandria Museum of Art is breaking down the stereotype of the strong Black woman, thanks to contributions from Black female artists.">No More Jezebel or Mammy: New Museum Art Exhibit Shatters Stereotypical Depictions of Black Women – Atlanta Black Star A new art exhibit at Louisiana’s Alexandria Museum of Art is breaking down the stereotype of the strong Black woman, thanks to contributions from Black female artists.

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A new art exhibit at Louisiana’s Alexandria Museum of Art is breaking down the stereotype of the strong Black woman, thanks to contributions from Black female artists.
No More Jezebel or Mammy: New Museum Art Exhibit Shatters Stereotypical Depictions of Black Women – Atlanta Black Star A new art exhibit at Louisiana’s Alexandria Museum of Art is breaking down the stereotype of the strong Black woman, thanks to contributions from Black female artists." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More