Black Art History, Blog, Harlem Reinassance

“Making History: Meta Warrick Fuller’s Ethiopia,” by Renée Ater

At the same time, Ethiopia's message was assimilationist in the way it was exhibited at a "melting pot" event, representing the emancipation of a people attempting to prove their value to a society that had long excluded blacks from full involvement as United States citizens.[2]

Blog, Contemporary Art, Kymberli Grant Art

Canvas Art Prints “Queen Bee” 🐝

If you haven't tried printing your artwork on canvas I highly recommend it. Your customers will appreciate it and you can keep your art. Queen Bee Art

Blog

Cheryl Finley – Art Historian

Dr. Finley’s works also published this year, My Soul Has Grown Deep: Black Art from the American South (Yale University Press, 2018), accompanies the exhibition History Refused to Die: Highlights from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York through September 23, 2018.

Black Art History, Blog, Contemporary Art

Poetic Justice Alim Smith – Yesterday Nite

I enjoyed this story so much that during college I almost got a tattoo of "poetic justice" in Arabic on my lower back. You know the kind and please don't ask me why? Why not? And Arabic? It was a phase and the written language so lovely. And I still don't have any tattoos but that's not what this is about!