“Plurality of Expression” is an 11-artist exhibition currently being held at New York City’s Agora Gallery through Tuesday, February 9th.
“Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design,” an exhibit currently at Spain’s Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, focuses on a new generation of creative thinkers from and within the continent.
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s rarely seen documents will be on display at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art in an exhibit titled, ‘Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks (February 28-May 29, 2016).
Google Doodle is celebrating yoga guru B.K.S. Iyengar, who popularized the ancient Indian practice in the western world, on what would have been his 97th birthday.
Cathouse FUNeral’s founder David Dixon focuses on race relations in the South with his current solo exhibit, “DIXIE,” featuring altered Confederate flags batiked with blood.
Camila do Rosário’s solo exhibit at Romeu Felipe Creative Salon, “Sobre elas, suas cores e poderes,” centers on the power and sensuality of women through bold colors, unique style and natural beauty.
Pharrell Williams’ latest adidas Originals project, the Superstar Supershell Artwork Collection, reinvents the Superstar’s Shelltoe for the very first time.
“On Pointe” is an on-going ballerina series by Philly-based photographer, Drake Murray.
Marvel Comics’ new “Hip-Hop Variants” project pairs acclaimed hip-hop albums with popular superheroes.
For her 153rd birthday, Google celebrated journalist, suffragist, sociologist and anti-lynching activist, Ida B. Wells with a doodle.
Oregon model Noa Thomas is featured in an incredible Male Model Scene editorial titled, “Tribute,” lensed by photographer Jack Lee.
Just after her promotion to Principal Dancer with the American Ballet Theatre, Misty Copeland will make her Broadway debut in the musical “On the Town.”
Before ballerina Misty Copeland made her New York debut as the Swan Queen in American Ballet Theatre’s “Swan Lake,” she spoke with Vanity Fair about he magnitude of the role.
The 44th Annual International African Arts Festival returns to Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park with performances by Talib Kweli, Living Colour, Kaïssa, Cita Rodriguez and more!
After a successful run as Spider-Man in Marvel Comics‘ alternate series, Miles Morales is getting a promotion to the Marvel Universe!
Artist-rendered covers of TIME and WIRED magazines profiling actor Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa, better known as Marvel‘s Black Panther, have had fans wondering if the studio is launching promotion for the superhero who will finally have a solo film in 2018.
Brilliant pop art series, “Monchi,” centers retro-futurist women of color and their varied beauty — stretch marks included.
Our latest Creative Feature tributes the legacy of iconic Mississippi bluesman B.B. King, who passed away on May 14, 2015 at age 89.
TIME Magazine‘s 2015 “100 Most Influential People” issue is covered by ballerina Misty Copeland, rapper and fashion designer Kanye West, Mexican-American journalist and author Jorge Ramos, actor Bradley Cooper, and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
SundanceTV is turning its drama series The Red Road into a virtual graphic novel titled ‘1990.’