Tag: Sam Gilliam

‘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.

San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art, Oliver Jackson, Sam Gilliam, Lorna Simpson, Damon, Davis, African American Art, Black Art, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
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

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

The not-so-simple comeback story of pioneering artist Sam Gilliam “I am outlandishly famous,” Sam Gilliam says on a recent afternoon as he walks across his sunlit studio in the District’s Brightwood Park.">The not-so-simple comeback story of pioneering artist Sam Gilliam “I am outlandishly famous,” Sam Gilliam says on a recent afternoon as he walks across his sunlit studio in the District’s Brightwood Park.

Sam Gilliam, Washington Color School, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
“I am outlandishly famous,” Sam Gilliam says on a recent afternoon as he walks across his sunlit studio in the District’s Brightwood Park.
The not-so-simple comeback story of pioneering artist Sam Gilliam “I am outlandishly famous,” Sam Gilliam says on a recent afternoon as he walks across his sunlit studio in the District’s Brightwood Park." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More