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Black American artists from post W.W.1 till recent times: Art of and by Black Artists

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Malick Sidibé is a Malian photographer noted for his black-and-white studies of popular culture in the in Bamako Style Année 70, Afro, Scott Schuman, Vintage Black Glamour, Harrington Jacket, Youth Culture, African Men, Black Boys, Black Men

MALICK SIDIBE: "PORTRAITS" (1960-1980)

Born in 1935 in Soloba, Mali. Lives and works in Bamako. Malick Sidibe was born into a Peul family in a small village of Mali. He graduated from school in I952. After being noticed for his talent as a draftsman, he was admitted to the School of Sudanese Craftsmen in Bamako from which he graduated

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Zanele Muholi | Zodwa I (Amsterdam) (2015) | Available for Sale | Artsy

Available for sale from Yancey Richardson Gallery, Zanele Muholi, Zodwa I (Amsterdam) (2015), Gelatin silver print, 7 3/4 × 5 1/4 in

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Zanele Muholi captures powerful portraits of South Africa's LGBTQ community

Visual artist Zanele Muholi has spent almost two decades documenting black LGBT and intersex South Africans, many of whom have suffered homophobic violence and oppression in their communities.

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Wright Museum Joins the World of Arts & Culture in Mourning Beloved Detroit Artist Charles McGee

The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History shares a heartwarming message on the passing of Detroit artist Charles McGee.

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Groundbreaking Photographer Carrie Mae Weems Wins the 2016 National Artist Award

On Wednesday, Carrie Mae Weems was named the 2016 National Artist Award Honoree by the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. The award is given to artists who ...

Wangechi Mutu is an artist and sculptor who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Mutu is considered by many to be one of the most important contemporary African artists of recent years, and her work has achieved much global acclaim. Chris Ofili, Yale School Of Art, Marilyn Minter, Romare Bearden, Kehinde Wiley, Saatchi Gallery, Art Africain, Africa Art, African Artists

Wangechi Mutu

Wangechi Mutu is a prominent international contemporary visual artist known primarily for her painting, sculpture, film and performance work. Born in Kenya, she has lived and established her career in New York for over twenty years. Her work explores themes of colonialism and race and she is particularly interested in the depiction of Black women.

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Malick Sidibé is a Malian photographer noted for his black-and-white studies of popular culture in the in Bamako Style Année 70, Afro, Scott Schuman, Vintage Black Glamour, Harrington Jacket, Youth Culture, African Men, Black Boys, Black Men

MALICK SIDIBE: "PORTRAITS" (1960-1980)

Born in 1935 in Soloba, Mali. Lives and works in Bamako. Malick Sidibe was born into a Peul family in a small village of Mali. He graduated from school in I952. After being noticed for his talent as a draftsman, he was admitted to the School of Sudanese Craftsmen in Bamako from which he graduated

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Crafted in Michigan: This Detroit artist has an eye-catching career

Painter Desiree Kelly continues to evolve and create.

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Study For The Allegory Of Liberty by Tylonn J. Sawyer. Original Artwork - 30 x 48 Inches

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KING'S DREAM IN THE SHADOW OF TRUMP'S AMERICA

King's Dream In The Shadow Of Trump's America by Tylonn J. Sawyer. Fine Art Print - 14 x 18 Inches

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Detroit Artist Judy Bowman 'Detroit Swag' Interview

In this interview with Detroit artist Judy Bowman, she talks about her new art exhibition 'Detroit Swag' now on view at Playground Detroit.

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Beloved Detroit artist Charles McGee has died

Detroit artist Charles McGee has died at the age of 96. His art spans a period of more than 75 years. McGee’s artwork is scattered across Detroit. His work

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Wright Museum Joins the World of Arts & Culture in Mourning Beloved Detroit Artist Charles McGee

The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History shares a heartwarming message on the passing of Detroit artist Charles McGee.

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Wangechi Mutu

In collages, films, sculptures and installations Wangechi Mutu reflects on sexuality, femininity, ecology, politics, the rhythms and chaos of the world and our often damaging or futile efforts to control...

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