Painter and filmmaker, Ajamu Kojo is debuting his solo exhibition titled BLACK WALL STREET: A CASE FOR REPARATIONS which is a tribute to the prolific Black Wall Street and remembrance of the horrific
Black artists’ influence on the art market has never been greater than it is today. “I bought some artwork for one million Two years later, that shit worth two million Few years later, tha
Concerned employees published an unsigned open letter via Twitter to call out issues related to the Smithsonian’s racism, and to create a call for change.
Here are some artists who have taken to social media to show their powerful Black American portraits that represent the current state of America.
Amongst what seems like a relentless array of daunting questions that hover over a young adult, some might wonder: How do I pretend that the enormousness of the world doesn’t intimidate me? What’s my
The She’s Gotta Have It artists give validity and identity to a show that seeks to amplify Black art. Who are these distinct and powerful artists?
Need some weekend plans? Here are three exhibitions that have black, Instagrammable, and interactive art. They’re definitely worth pulling up to.