By Harlem World Magazine In the heart of the vibrant 1930s, a constellation of brilliant minds sparked an artistic movement that transcended paint on canvas.
The Harlem Artists Guild, 1935–41, was a Harlem organization founded by artists in Harlem, New York.
Swann Galleries’ Thursday, October 8, 2022, sale of African American Art offers a selection of the best in the genre as the house marks its 15th year of dedicated auctions to work by African American and Black artists.
The goal of the founder of the Harlem Artists Guild was to encourage young talent, providing a forum for the discussion of the visual arts in the community.
“We are beyond thrilled with the results of the Thursday, October 7, 2021, auction, which was a historic sale for Swann Galleries: our first auction to hammer over $4 million.
The fall sale of African American Art is at Swann Galleries Thursday, October 7, 2021, with market—and house—favorites returning to the auction.
Romare Bearden Foundation presents the Cinque Artist Program Series at Harlem School of the Arts.
Swann Galleries’ sale of African-American Fine Art on Thursday, April 4 includes works spanning multiple centuries and genres.
By Stephanie Woods The Studio Museum in Harlem and AFA -American Federation of Arts, have begun a national tour.
Founded by Romare Bearden, Norman Lewis, and Ernest Crichlow, Cinque Gallery had their inaugural exhibition in 1969.
The Masters takes place at the three different venues, with staggered openings. Hirschl & Adler, opened on Thursday, October 18, and closes on December 1st, 2018, will show and make available for sale paintings and sculptures by major 20th century ASL master artists.
Nigel Freeman, Director of African-American Fine Art at Swann Galleries, said, “We were thrilled with the results of the fall sale (on Thursday, October 5, 2017) –a higher sale total with fewer lots than last year.
The Romare Bearden Foundation partners with the Harlem School of the Arts to present its Cinque Artist Program series at HSA.
Swann Galleries’ biannual auction of African-American Fine Art on Thursday, October 5 promises never-before-seen art from the turn of the nineteenth century to the present.
Thursday, October 6, Swann Galleries will hold an auction of fantastic African-American Fine Art, featuring a variety of media by artists spanning the last 150 years.