12 Pieces of African American Church Art We Love - Black Southern Belle
Today we are showingA�12 Pieces of African American Church Art. These pieces are perfect to add to your home and take you down memory lane!
Meaningful Funeral - TV Tropes
The Meaningful Funeral trope as used in popular culture. So a well-liked character died and we don't feel like laughing. We need to find a way to cope with …
Mark Bradford Debuts Striking New Works in Los Angeles - Galerie
Artist Mark Bradford's latest show at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles considers depictions of queer and black identities in the media through abstracted works.
Women of the Future - The Morning News
One woman powers herself with a solar panel. Another wears a neon sign in her Afro. In the future as in the past, identity is never one-dimensional.
The Fantastic Life of Faith Ringgold
An impressive synthesis of influences, along with an obdurate resistance to being told what she can or cannot do, forms the bedrock of Ringgold’s art.
Mark Bradford: Scorched Earth | Hammer Museum
Bradford's first solo show in Los Angeles includes a suite of new paintings, a multimedia installation, and a major painting on the Lobby Wall. The work refers to formative moments in his life and ruminations on the body in crisis.
We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85
<p>Emma Amos (American, born 1938). <em>Preparing for a Face Lift</em>, 1981. Etching and crayon, 8<sup>1</sup>/<sub>4</sub> × 7<sup>3</sup>/<sub>4</sub> in. (21 × 19.7 cm). Courtesy of Emma Amos. © Emma Amos; courtesy of the artist and RYAN LEE, New York. Licensed by VAGA, New York</p>
Dr. Samella Lewis: The Godmother of African American Art
At 96 years-old, she still creates artworks, but her more prominent role for much of her life has been that of an institution builder. She has started galleries and a museum, wrote books and establ…