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African American Artists - Chronological listing (106 hits)
Joshua Johnson 1763-1824 Robert Scott Duncanson 1821-1872 Painter Edward M. Bannister 1828-1901 Painter Harriet Powers 1837-1911 Textile Artist Edmonia Lewis 1845-1911 Sculptor Bill Traylor 1856-1949 Henry Ossawa Tanner 1859-1937 ...
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5 Notable women of the past and present (special series part 2): The journey (39 hits)
Abbey Lincoln A tour of Africa in 1972 resulted in the adoption of two more names for Abbey Lincoln. From President Sekou Toure of Guinea she received the name Aminata, denoting a “divine mother.” The Minister of Information, Mr. Sacomi, of Zaire, ...
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5 Notable women of the past and present (special series part 9): Parable of the Sower (35 hits)
The Parable of the Sower Within the first dozen pages of Parable of the Sower, by Octavia E. Butler , readers encounter a typical family armed with guns on their way to church, a headless corpse, a naked homeless woman, a community walled in by te ...
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Catherine B. Lord—a visual artist (16 hits)
Abigail B. Lind reports in the Harvard Crimson that, on Thursday, Catherine B. Lord—a visual artist, curator, and writer focusing on queer theory, feminist history, and colonialism—will receive the Spring 2010 Harvard Arts Medal. Within a matter o ...
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Louis Delsarte (57 hits)
Louis Delsarte was born in Brooklyn New York in 1944. He earned a BFA from Pratt institute in 1977. He has been honored as artist in residence at the Studio Museum in Harlem, Howard University in DC, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, Bob Blackburn P ...
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ATN - Art TV Network, LATEST AFRICAN AMERICAN ART NEWS (86 hits)
The Art of Ernie Barnes ...
Posted Monday, April 26th 2010 at 6:48AM
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Purvis Young, Folk Artist Who Peppered Miami With Images, Dies at 67 (27 hits)
Purvis Young, a self-taught painter who emerged from prison as a young man and by dint of his striking, expressionist vision of urban life and mammoth output over more than three decades transformed a forgotten Miami neighborhood into a destination f ...
Posted Sunday, April 25th 2010 at 7:49AM
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Renee Cox (37 hits)
Biography One of the most controversial African-American artists working today, Renee Cox has used her own body, both nude and clothed, to celebrate black womanhood and criticize our racist and sexist society. She was born on October 16, 1960, ...
Posted Saturday, April 24th 2010 at 6:56AM
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ART TV NETWORK from October Gallery (44 hits)
We broadcast content relating to the Visual Arts. Behind the scene and on the scene of the visual artists. In their studios and at art galleries across the nation. Broadcasting the Visual Arts ...
Posted Tuesday, April 20th 2010 at 8:31AM
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The Exotic in the Eyes of African Beholders (56 hits)
By HOLLAND COTTER Published: April 15, 2010 DETROIT — For centuries Euro-American eyes have been trained on Africa. We’ve scanned it from afar, surveyed it up close, put it behind glass; looked and looked, wonderingly, acquisitively, disdainfull ...
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Harlem Center’s Director to Retire in Early 2011 (54 hits)
Howard Dodson, whose wide-ranging acquisitions and major exhibitions have raised the profile of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and burnished its reputation as the premier institution of its kind, plans to retire as its director in ...
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Beauty lesson The photography exhibition Posing Beauty explores the evolution of black style (90 hits)
Currently running at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the photographic exhibit Posing Beauty in African-American Culture takes a look at the evolution of clothing and notions of beauty in the black community. Featuring work by such esteemed photographers ...
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Slotin Auction to hold a Spring Masterpiece Folk Art Sale May 1-2 in Buford, Georgia (18 hits)
A two-day sale featuring over 1,000 lots of self-taught art, Southern folk pottery, outsider art, African-American decorative arts, quilts, circus art, new discoveries, major collections and more will be held May 1-2 by Slotin Auction in Buford, Ga. ...
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Drawn from life (56 hits)
From the beginning, Jerry Butler wanted to be not just an artist for Black people but also ‘a Black artist for all people’, writes Giridhar Khasnis Written, illustrated and designed by African American artist Jerry Butler, A Drawing in the Sand (Z ...
Posted Saturday, April 17th 2010 at 9:32PM
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Harlem fine arts show (93 hits)
Harlem fine arts show, print 22x28 $30.00 contact 718-978-2544 Andrew Nichols ...
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Art Images for Sale (158 hits)
Pridefullness by Andrew Nichols 16x24 $35.00 contact 718-978-2544 Andrew Nichols ...
Posted Saturday, April 17th 2010 at 8:36PM
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Noted African-American Art Collector Dies in Ga. (38 hits)
Paul R. Jones, a collector of African-American art who donated troves of works to universities in Delaware and Alabama, has died. He was 81. Jones died in Atlanta on Tuesday after a brief illness, said University of Alabama spokeswoman Angie Estes ...
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Florida Highwaymen Art (9 hits)
In the early 1950’s through the 1980’s a group of twenty-six African-American artists known as the "Florida Highwaymen" used vivid and bright colors to display the beautiful untouched Florida landscape. The Florida Highwaymen painted wind-bent palm ...
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Refugees from Africa piece together American culture as they quilt Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/ (17 hits)
An extraordinary quilting bee takes place Saturday mornings at the Young Men and Women's African Heritage Association on the North Side. In a sunlit room, women from Burundi who came here as refugees seeking asylum are learning the craft of African-A ...
Posted Saturday, April 17th 2010 at 7:03PM
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The Art of the Steal: movie review (8 hits)
By Peter Rainer, Film critic / April 9, 2010 No less an eminence than Henri Matisse once commented that The Barnes Foundation is "the only sane place to see art in America." Established in 1922 by the millionaire Dr. Albert C. Barnes, the private ...
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Willie Cole's works offer searing look at history (6 hits)
African-American artist to hold talks in region By Dorothy Shinn Art and architecture critic Published on Thursday, Apr 15, 2010 The iron, a longtime symbol of domestic drudgery and an unofficial American caste system, has become a t ...
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Lucille Clifton, 1936-2010: The Award-Winning Poet was the First African American Poet Laureate of Maryland (72 hits)
Lucille Clifton began writing poetry when she was about ten years old. She had developed an interest in poetry because of her mother, Thelma Sayles. Her mother was also a poet although her poems were never published. As a child Lucille would sit on h ...
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D.C. briefs (50 hits)
Thursday, April 15, 2010 Howard to host conference on African American art The Porter Colloquium, a conference on African American art, will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the Howard University Gallery of Art, 2455 6th St. NW in the Distr ...
Posted Saturday, April 17th 2010 at 6:53PM
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A year of highs and more highs (41 hits)
Joan Myers Brown, a trailblazer for African American dancers, has a mountain of achievements. On top will now rest the Philadelphia Award. By Stephan Salisbury Inquirer Culture Writer Joan Myers Brown, whose determination to open up the world ...
Posted Saturday, April 17th 2010 at 6:50PM
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Gallery Wrap Canvas Art Prints Now Available at these October Gallery Locations (23 hits)
Available At These Locations: October Gallery 6353 Greene Street Philadelphia, PA 19144 October Gallery Mini Art Mart at Divinity Salon 7201 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19119 October Gallery Mini Art Mart at Philadelphia Hair Co ...
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