“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.
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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).
An exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts will celebrate Mexican artist Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, and the year they spent in the city while he completed the “Detroit Industry Murals.”
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s rarely seen documents will be on display at Brooklyn Museum in an exhibit titled, ‘Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks (April 3–August 23, 2015).
São Paul-born fashion photographer Fernando Mazza lensed Brazilian model Ana Bela Santos for his “Arte, Moda e Tinta” art showcase in NYC.
Never before seen artworks from Jean-Michel Basquiat’s early years will be showcased at New York City’s Acquavella Gallery from May 1st through June 13th.
Preceded by over 60 years of racist cartoon depictions of Black people, the 1970s marked an animated revolution that changed the way Black children saw themselves. ‘Funky Turns 40,’ a traveling retrospective exhibit will celebrate this legacy at Harlem’s Schomburg Center starting February 5th.
Houston Arts Alliance presents “Speak,” an exhibition of sculptures by the late Lee Littlefield. A guerilla sculptor in the 90s until developing a relationship with the Texas Department of Transportation, Littlefield made contemporary sculpture in Houston for over 15 years.
Like it or not, New York City is changing and the culture is changing with it. That message was sent loud and clear by John Wolkoff, owner of 5 Pointz, an outdoor graffiti art space that was painted white on Tuesday morning.
On November 23rd, Harlem’s Dwyer Cultural Center will host the the Caribbean Contemporary Art Exhibition and a panel discussion titled, “Examining the Caribbean Presence in Harlem.”
An all female collective will take over London’s Shinobare Studios October 7th – 17th to showcase ‘Re-Introducing Oshun’ — movement, visual arts, and poetry centered on black women’s bodies, gender, and sexual expression through the lens of the Yorùbá deity.
Art First Gallery’s April 2013 exhibit features the mixed media artwork of member Jessica Canon.
Multimedia artist Javier Velasco’s solo exhibit, SKYFALL, will be held at Buzzart Miami, starting with a February 21st opening reception.
Art First Gallery has begun its February 2013 exhibit, “Undressed Art,” featuring a sale on unframed artwork from all of its local member artists.
Starting January 4th, Denmark’s MOHS Exhibit will display Reno Leplat-Torti’s collection of paño art, works by various Chicano (Mexican-American) prison inmates from around the country who neatly fold paños into envelopes and mail them to loved ones.
Art First Gallery’s December 2012 holiday exhibit, which will run from now through December 30th, features beautiful new oil, acrylic, watercolor, and photography works from all of its members.
The culmination of more than 20 years, ‘1982-2012 Fotografías de Juan Carlos Alom’ features exclusive work that depicts a rarely seen view of Cuba’s Black youth, Yoruba religious ceremonies, nature, art and life — serving as a refreshing antidote to the tired clichés of the country.
Exactly one a year ago we did a feature on a talented young painter out of Los Angeles, Audrey Kawasaki, who is influenced by both manga comics and art nouveau. This Fall, the artist will debut brand new oil and graphite works at NYC’s Jonathan Levine Gallery.
Run Riot!, a new solo exhibition by Art Nouveau Magazine’s Kendrick “GREATeclectic” Daye, is set to debut on September 7th at Oakland’s Betti Ono Gallery — who is also celebrate its one year anniversary.
NY // Francisco Moreno’s ‘Las Noticias’ Exhibit Examines American Identity & Iconography | Jul. 20 – Sept. 7
Mexican-American artist Francisco Moreno will hold his Las Noticias pop-up exhibit from July 20th through September 7th at Westbury, New York’s Curbs & Stoops & Rhythmology. Through paintings, murals, and installations Moreno explores notions of American identity and iconography.