A book that explores how over 70 contemporary African American artists responded to the emotional and cultural challenges presented by the COVID pandemic and social justice movements over the 18-month period between March 2020 and July 2021.
In Frederick D. Jones’ untitled painting, a woman stands alone in a barren landscape—the sky is dark and ominous, and flags billow in the harsh winds from the stormy waters behind her. Yet, dressed in yellow, she is a beacon of light, a vision of peace and purity. She looks down at her hands where she […]
There are a handful of people who have devoted their careers to the preservation and celebration of African American art history. One of the greatest championing voices behind this work is Susan Stedman, guest curator of “Creating Community: Cinque Gallery Artists” at the Arts Students League of New York. As the art world’s interest in […]