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Kara Walker Title of Work: Untitled Medium: Paper on canvas Year: 1994 Dimensions: x (d) Photo Line: Courtesy ., Kara Walker, (b Kara Walker, Walker Art, African American Artist, American Artists, African Art, Kara Young, Baseball Painting, Symbolic Art, Art Articles

Gund Gallery | Kenyon College

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ARC Magazine is a Caribbean art and culture magazine dedicated to highlighting contemporary visual art and the dialogues that exists between emerging and established artists. African American Artist, African Art, American Artists, African Culture, African Prints, Black Future, Renaissance Artists, Harlem Renaissance, Caribbean Art

Black Futures and Spirit Guardians in Brianna McCarthy’s ‘Vétiver Night Women’

ARC Magazine is a Caribbean art and culture magazine dedicated to highlighting contemporary visual art and the dialogues that exists between emerging and established artists.

Museum of Fine Arts. Shinique Smith Bright Matter August 2014 – March 2015 Henry and Lois Foster Gallery (Gallery Pretty Writing, Museum Of Fine Arts, Beautiful Paintings, Contemporary Artists, Fiber Art, Abstract Art, Artsy, Sculpture, Boston

Shinique Smith

Contemporary artist Shinique Smith returns to Boston with new exhibition of paintings, sculpture, installations, video, and performance.

A Fantastic Journey Into the Mind of Collage Artist Wangechi Mutu The acclaimed mixed-media creator on colonialism, women warriors, and the consumerism that pays her bills. Kenyan Artists, Collage Artists, Collages, African Art, African Women, Contemporary Artists, Art Museum, Art Gallery, Creative

Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey - Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

Kara Walker, ''Untitled" (Hunting Scene) Cut paper and adhesive on wall, Left panel: 98 x 68 inches, Right panel: 103 x 63 inches Kara Walker, African American Artist, American Artists, African Art, Kathe Kollwitz, Kehinde Wiley, Artistic Installation, Social Art, Political Art

Dog Solitude

whatkikiloves: “ Kiki Loves: Kara Walker (Artist) “I wanted to make work where the viewer wouldn’t walk away; he would either giggle nervously, get pulled into history, fiction, into something totally...

Pittsburgh fiber artist Tina Williams Brewer has a new honor to add to her well-deserved long list of local and national accolades. African Quilts, Arts Award, Local Artists, Art Forms, Filmmaking, Art Pieces, Pittsburgh, Illustration, Black Women

Local artist's quilt of accolades grows with latest honor

Pittsburgh fiber artist Tina Williams Brewer has a new honor to add to her well-deserved long list of local and national accolades.

Samella Lewis - 20 Important African-American Female Artists of the Century African American Artwork, American Artists, Harlem Renaissance Artists, Famous African Americans, African Art Paintings, Bright Art, Character Design Animation, Black Artists, Portrait Art

A Woman With a Vision - Scripps College News

Scripps College's Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery is pleased to present African American Visions: Selections from the Samella Lewis Collections, which pairs for the first time works from both the Samella Lewis Contemporary Art Collection and works from the artist's personal collection.

Contemporary artist Shinique Smith returns to Boston with new exhibition of paintings, sculpture, installations, video, and performance. Black Artists, Museum Of Fine Arts, Contemporary Artists, Boston, Black Women, Identity, Paintings, Sculpture, Fashion

Shinique Smith

Contemporary artist Shinique Smith returns to Boston with new exhibition of paintings, sculpture, installations, video, and performance.

Title: Art Heaven Artist: Emma Amos Medium: mixed media, gouache with fabric collage (study for print) Dimensions: × 2006 African American Artist, American Artists, Late 20th Century, Black History Month, Art Blog, Digital Prints, Stencils, Weaving, Artsy

Emma Amos

The mission of the Brodsky Center is to provide the opportunity for artists who are contributing new narratives to the American cultural mainstream to create new work in print and paper in collaboration with master printers and papermakers.

Power in the Painting: Faith Ringgold and her Story Quilts African American Artist, American Artists, Faith Ringgold, Painting People, Children Images, National Museum, Ladies Day, Artist At Work, Female Art

Faith Ringgold's controversial art at DC museum

WASHINGTON (AP) — Wearing gold-sequined Uggs, a bright smile and flawless brown skin that belies her 82 years, Faith Ringgold explains her "confrontational...

For Brooklyn-based artist Caitlin Cherry, painting and sculpture are hardly separate disciplines: Cherry carefully renders chaotic figurative compositions on canvases only to merge them into a larger multi­media work. African American Artist, African Art, American Artists, Kara Walker, Plastic Art, Contemporary Paintings, Basket Weaving, Art Forms, Cherry

Caitlin Cherry - Interview Magazine

For Brooklyn-based artist Caitlin Cherry, painting and sculpture are hardly separate disciplines: Cherry carefully renders chaotic figurative compositions on canvases only to merge them into a larger multi­media work.

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After Colour with Brianna McCarthy

I had the pleasure of attending my first art exhibition in Trinidad in probably a decade recently. What made it even better is that I h...

Raw/Cooked: Caitlin Cherry (Cherry speaks on how she was inspired by the mechanics of Leonardo da Vinci's work).

Raw/Cooked: Caitlin Cherry

The ninth artist in the Brooklyn Museum's Raw/Cooked series presenting under-the-radar Brooklyn artists is Sunset Park--based Caitlin Cherry. For her Raw/Coo...

Slideshow Orientation: Portrait Slideshow Thumbnail Frame: Caitlin Cherry Visual Arts alumna Caitlin Cherry will present Hero Safe at Brooklyn Museum from June 7 to September Cherry is the Kara Walker, Late 20th Century, Brooklyn, Cherry, Museum, Sculpture, History, Canvas, Rebel

Caitlin Cherry ('12) at Brooklyn Museum

Slideshow Orientation: Portrait Slideshow Thumbnail Frame: Caitlin Cherry 23-May-13 Visual Arts alumna Caitlin Cherry ('12) will present Hero Safe at Brooklyn Museum from June 7 to September 1, 2013. Cherry is the