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Numéro Magazine ‘African Queen’ Editorial Uses White Model Ondria Hardin (PHOTO)

Numéro Magazine ‘African Queen’ Editorial Uses White Model Ondria Hardin (PHOTO)

The Huffington Post  |  By Julee Wilson It was bad enough we had to report on T Magazine’s glaring lack of diversity in its relaunch issue, which was followed with an apology from its...

Feast for the Eyes: Red Rooster Harlem’s Recipe for Art

Feast for the Eyes: Red Rooster Harlem’s Recipe for Art

By Annette M. Rose-Shapiro Restaurant “art” doesn’t usually attract more than a cursory glance from diners— reproductions of vintage Lillet posters or landscapes in soft tones are the norm. But the carefully curated collection...

NEW YORK: Christopher Cozier

NEW YORK: Christopher Cozier

In Development January 25 – March 16, 2013 DAVID KRUT PROJECTS 526 West 26th Street, Suite 816 New York, NY  David Krut Projects is pleased to present In Development, Christopher Cozier’s first solo exhibition...

HFAS Kicks Off at The New York Stock Exchange

HFAS Kicks Off at The New York Stock Exchange

Dion Clarke, Founder of HFAS rings the Opening Bell Executives and guests of The Harlem Fine Arts Show visited the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on February 7, 2013 to commemorate Black History Month...

Accused Murderer Jodi Arias Makes A Killing On eBay (PHOTOS)

Accused Murderer Jodi Arias Makes A Killing On eBay (PHOTOS)

David Lohr david.lohr@huffingtonpost.com Supporters of Jodi Arias, the woman accused of killing her former lover, are raising money for her by auctioning artwork she supposedly has created since her 2008 incarceration. Since Jan. 10,...

What is Art  Again ?

What is Art Again ?

One of my passions (among the many that I have) is art! I love looking into all works of art, decode its hidden meaning, its depth and the many layers lying underneath, in between, and...

SMC celebrates African American art

SMC celebrates African American art

Ryan Sindon February 20, 2013 Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories Just in time for Black History Month, Santa Monica College held an opening reception for “African American Treasures: History and Art from...

GMOA show highlights African-American artists William Johnson

GMOA show highlights African-American artists William Johnson

By Andre Gallant Tragic lives in the art world are so common as to be unfortunately dismissible. Poverty. Infamy. Obscurity. Traits of certain artists have become the stuff of cocktail jokes. There is humor...

St. Louis Artist Depicts African American Fathers With Their Children

St. Louis Artist Depicts African American Fathers With Their Children

Cbabi Bayoc: Painting Possibilities Text | Erin Williams for St. Louis Public Radio For the past year, artist and businessman Cbabi Bayoc has attempted to create a portrait a day of a father interacting with his...

GENESIS: Varnette P. Honeywood / December 27, 1950

GENESIS: Varnette P. Honeywood / December 27, 1950

“[In art] you can depict segregation, starving and homelessness, but in Varnette’s work you can see teenagers doing homework, a family cooking a meal, girls doing their hair.”  –Bill Cosby  Varnette Honeywood online Varnette...

FORT WORTH: Gary Simmons

FORT WORTH: Gary Simmons

Focus: Gary Simmons Jan 13, 2013 – Mar 14, 2013 MODERN ART MUSEUM OF FORT WORTH 3200 Darnell Street Fort Worth, TX New York-based artist Gary Simmons is known for his “erasure” technique, which...

IN PRINT: William Pope.L / Interview Magazine / February 2013

IN PRINT: William Pope.L / Interview Magazine / February 2013

Somewhere between formalism and the concrete struggles of race and identity, artist William Pope.L makes works that literally pull people together TEXT | Ross Simonini PHOTOGRAPHY | Grant Delin Excerpt: Beginning in the late...

CHICAGO: Raub Welch

CHICAGO: Raub Welch

The Endangered Species: A Visual Response to the Vanishing Black Man February 22, 2013 – May 7, 2013 Opening reception: Friday, February 22, 2013, 6 to 9pm BLANC GALLERY 4445 South Martin Luther King...

Facebook Removes Photo Of Breast Cancer Survivor’s Tattoo, Users Fight Back

Facebook Removes Photo Of Breast Cancer Survivor’s Tattoo, Users Fight Back

The Huffington Post  |  By Sara Gates In a move criticized by many, Facebook removed a photo of a breast cancer survivor’s large chest tattoo, citing a violation of its strict nudity policy, UPI...