Yrneh, by Michael Chukes Michael Chukes is a California born, multi-media artist. His name originates from Nigeria, and means “man of God, most high”. He is known by “Chukes” and is indeed like the African Bird “Wru”, flying around and seeing everything. “I am an artist. I create from the infinite energy of
Also featuring: Buju Banton, Kizz Daniel, Sting, Shaggi, Ayra Starr, and more. The Caribbean Island of St. Lucia, every May for over 25 years has been a haven of music, art and tourist attraction for the multitude of culture lovers that troop in to experience the breath of fresh air on the beautiful island.
Photo credit by Jamal Ward When and where Sun, December 4, 2022, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST Art Deco Museum 1001 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139 United States About this event The Annual CADA (Art Basel)
Photo credit by Jamal Ward A CADA Conversation Series The art world is in many ways just recently becoming aware of the extraordinary artistic achievements of contemporary Black artists. Basil Watson is an exceptional artist and is clearly one of the world’s leading sculptors. The Windrush Monument in Britain and the MLK Statue in Atlanta have sealed his
Photo credit by Maya Redding In this series, we continue the presentation of the Nigerian influence in the Global Contemporary African Diaspora Art Renaissance with the introduction of Nigerian Artist, Orioye Bukola Samuel. Photo credit by Maya Redding Capturing the attitude, stillness and essence of Global Contemporary Black Renaissance Culture describes the work of Orioye
The work of the late Miami-based artist Purvis Young is on exhibit at the FATVillage Arts District, in Fort Lauderdale. FATVILLAGE ARTS DISTRICT INC. Miami is about to become the epicenter of the contemporary art world., and Black art will be a major presence during the Art Basel scene. Purvis Young and Jean-Michel Basquiat