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African Art Outlook for April

Publié dans Events  |  avril 07, 2018
As interest in contemporary African art continues to grow, we identified several events that are worth visiting in April. From Paris to Melbourne, we’ve got you covered with a quick guide of what to discover this month. So, we’ve rounded up our favorite events of April featuring African and Africa related art practices and projects.

Five of the Most Influential African-American Women Photographers

Publié dans Photography  |  mars 17, 2018
In the past, women of African descent were much underrepresented in the field of photojournalism and conceptual photography. We are seeing more and more African-American women behind the camera today, sharing their view of the world. They are widely contributing to photography by exploring various subjects such as self-representation, racial stereotypes, and social change. We have selected five black women photographers whose unique work brings original ideas and new visions to the art world.

Five of the Most Influential African-American Women Painters

Publié dans Art Market  |  mars 10, 2018
Women have long been represented on paintings before featuring behind them too, shifting the preconceived ideas of female artists. Works of art produced by women had gone largely unrecognised and were clearly viewed differently by the art industry and the public in the past. Since then, many successful women artists have inspired other females to choose the same path, which is particularly long for women of color who are facing discrimination.

African Art Outlook for March

Publié dans Events  |  mars 03, 2018
As interest in contemporary African art continues to grow, we identified several events that are worth visiting in March. From Seattle to Sharjah, we’ve got you covered with a quick guide of what to discover this month. So, we’ve rounded up our favorite events of March featuring African and Africa related art practices and projects.

In Conversation with Kerry James Marshall

Publié dans Art Market  |  février 17, 2018
History of painting contains remarkably few African American painters and even fewer representations of black people. Kerry James Marshall, a child of the civil rights era, always felt like he has a social responsibility to speak about the daily life of African American. He has mastered the art of representational and figurative painting, during a period when neither was in vogue.