Harlem’s Bearden, DeCarava, Van Der Zee And More At African-American Fine Art At Swann

Swann Galleries’ sale of African-American Fine Art on Thursday, April 4 includes works spanning multiple centuries and genres. Continue Reading →

Los Angeles: UTA Artist Space And Kasseem “Swizz Beatz” Dean Present “DREAMWEAVERS”

UTA Artist Space and Kasseem “Swizz Beatz” Dean (Harlem Alicia Keys husband) are proud to present DREAMWEAVERS, a group exhibition curated by Nicola Vassell that contemplates the surreal in society against a vigorously shifting 21st century. Continue Reading →

“Charles White: A Retrospective” At MOMA NY

The Museum of Modern Art’s “Charles White: A Retrospective,” on view from October 7, 2018, through January 13, 2019, is the first major exhibition dedicated to Charles White (1918–1979) in over three decades.
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Charles White Amongst Friends In Harlem

Over the course of his four-decade career, Charles White’s commitment to creating powerful images of African Americans—what his gallerist and, later, White himself described as “images of dignity”—was unwavering. Continue Reading →

Harlem Renaissance God Charles White’s Retrospective At MoMA

With Charles White: A Retrospective, The Museum of Modern Art and the Art Institute of Chicago present the first major museum exhibition of Charles White’s oeuvre in over 30 years, on view at The Museum of Modern Art from October 7, 2018, through January 13, 2019. Continue Reading →

Charles White—Leonardo da Vinci. Curated by David Hammons At MOMA

The Museum of Modern Art will display two works selected by artist David Hammons—the recently acquired Black Pope (Sandwich Board Man) (1973) and a brush and ink drapery study by Leonardo da Vinci—in Charles White—Leonardo da Vinci. Continue Reading →

Charles White’s “Take My Mother Home” And Others Make Auction Debut At Swan

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. Continue Reading →

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