Black Art: Amy Sherald

SHE WAS LEARNING TO LOVE MOMENTS, TO LOVE MOMENTS FOR THEMSELVES 2017, 54 x 43 inches, Oil on Canvas A CLEAR UNSPOKEN GRANTED MAGIC 2017, 54 x 43 inches, Oil on Canvas MOTHER AND CHILD 2016, 54 x 43 inches, Oil on Canvas THE MAKE BELIEVER (MONET'S GARDEN) 2016, 54 x 43 inches, Oil on … Continue reading Black Art: Amy Sherald

Black Art: Gordon Parks

American Gothic, Washington, D.C., 1942 Untitled, Harlem, New York, 1948 Ferry boat from Staten Island to Manhattan, carrying early morning commuters. New York Harbor. November 1946 Untitled, Washington, D.C., 1963 Department Store, Mobile, Alabama, 1956 Paris Showings, 1951, Paris France Outside Looking In, Mobile, Alabama, 1956

Black Art: Emma Amos

  Targets (detail), 1992, Acrylic on canvas with hand-woven fabric and African fabric borders To Sit (With Pochoir), 1981 Baby, 1966 Sandy and her Husband, 1973, Oil on Canvas Pool Lady, 1980, Etching, aquatint, and styrene stencil All I Know of Wonder, 2008. Black Dog Blues, 1983

Black Art: Barkley L. Hendricks

What's Going On, 1974 65 3/4 × 83 3/4 inches, oil, acrylic, and magna on cotton canvas Lawdy Mama, 1969 53 3/4 × 36 1/4 in, Oil and gold leaf on canvas Bid' Em In/Slave (Angie) 72 3/8 × 50 1/4 inches, Oil and acrylic on Canvas, 197312/18 A Lunette for Lou (Sloan) 2008, 22 … Continue reading Black Art: Barkley L. Hendricks

Black Art: Kerry James Marshall

  Untitled (Bathers), 2017 24 3/4 × 31 3/4 inches, acrylic on PVC panel When Frustration Threatens Desire, 1990 81 5/16 x 73 1/16 x 2 inches, acrylic, and collage on canvas Portrait of a Curator (In Memory of Beryl Wright), 2009 30 7/8 × 24 7/8 × 1 7/8 inches, acrylic on PVC Nude … Continue reading Black Art: Kerry James Marshall

Black Art: Faith Ringgold

  The Lover’s Trilogy #2: Sleeping, 1986 Acrylic on canvas with pieced fabric border 79 1/2 x 77 in.   Women Free Angela, 1971 Poster 28 1/4 x 19 1/2 in. American People Series #17: The Artist and His Model, 1966 Oil on canvas 30 x 24 in. The American People Series #19: US Postage … Continue reading Black Art: Faith Ringgold

Art Basel Guide 2021

It's that time of the year again. Wear your masks and enjoy art week! POP UP SHOWS Prizm Art Fair – Virtual - November 30th through December 19th, 2021 - http://www.prizm.art/home/ Allied with Power: African and African Diaspora Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection - November 7, 2020—February 6, 2022 - Perez Art Musem Miami CHANEL … Continue reading Art Basel Guide 2021

Guest Post: GROWING UP A BOYGIRL – Part 1 by Marcus T. Graham

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of being a teenager? An awkward transition phase, outfits you wish you didn’t wear, decisions that now to this day you even question. “What were you thinking?” I definitely had all of the above, with dashes of anxiety and excitement. For a time, I … Continue reading Guest Post: GROWING UP A BOYGIRL – Part 1 by Marcus T. Graham

9 Black Horror Movies to Watch This Halloween

1. Candyman https://youtu.be/CeLZMhkFTuU Helen, a graduate student, researches superstitions in a Chicago housing project. She learns about the Candyman, an urban legend, who neighbors believe is responsible for a recent murder. 2. Bones https://youtu.be/tmnAVbpbLIA Jimmy Bones protects and serves his neighborhood with the respect of his peers. His spirit lives on after he is betrayed. … Continue reading 9 Black Horror Movies to Watch This Halloween

Woman Wednesday: U4U Podcast by Kedesha Campbell

A podcast for you, about you, to make a better you. https://open.spotify.com/show/7mbCZGuzz0r9MASPFtY4PK?si=IT3B4mxhRk2BnmI2qDi4yg In the first episode of U4U Podcast, Kedesha Campbell answers the title question, "How Do You Do It?". Kedesha created U4U Podcast while on her self care journey. She decided to work on herself after realizing the effects of her new environment. She … Continue reading Woman Wednesday: U4U Podcast by Kedesha Campbell