artgods:

Ascent | Jean-Michel Basquiat
08.29.14 /00:05/ 2722

wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: MoonDust by Sara K. Golish

'MoonDust' is a stunning mini series of drawings by artist Sara K. Golish as an ode to Afrofuturism and natural hair. 

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cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Justin Ruckman

The artist and painter Eduardo Rodriguez Calzado describes himself as being obsessed with detail, “expressing emotions through the fragmentation of color”. While the human form or elements of human consciousness are often represented in his pieces, he also enjoys starting with more abstract gestures and colors, and letting the narrative unfold organically.

08.25.14 /23:21/ 136718
glasshalfdelicious:

The Pitons. Soufrière, St. Lucia.
08.24.14 /06:35/ 71

nlskingston and arcmagazine announce a collaboration to present an exhibition at emergeartfair of work by James Cooper, Stephanie Cormier, Ian Deleón, Nadia Huggins, Leasho Johnson, Becca Kallem, Mark King, Oneika Russell, Anabel Vasquez Rodriguez and Storm Saulter.

(e)merge art fair runs from October 2-5, 2014 at the Rubell Family’s Capitol Skyline Hotel, in Washington, DC.

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The Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival (ttff) announced its ttff/14 New Media programme of experimental films, video art and interactive works. New Media is a collection of works by artists from the Caribbean and its diaspora that explore a range of themes and issues, while pushing and blurring the boundary between film and art. 

The programme, which is presented in collaboration with ARC, will take place from 19–30 September. The ttff/14 takes place from 16–30 September.

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aadatart:

Kelly Sinnapah’s Vagina installation Addressing Abuse and Dominance

By Deborah Frempong

Guadeloupean visual artist, Kelly Sinnapah’s, Vagina installation interrogates the complex relationship between dominant abusive structures, and survivors of abuse. Tentatively described as feminist in nature, Sinnapah’s work is dedicated to constructing the abuse within prescribed ‘feminine’ boundaries, making use of gentle colours, flowers and exquisite embroidery. This is important in making the feminine central, while critiquing the abuse that affects them.

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