Browsing All Posts filed under »African art«

Organized Genocide and the Art of Political Propaganda

March 4, 2012


November 23, 2010 New York Times VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI clearly acknowledged on Tuesday that the need to prevent diseases like AIDS could outweigh the church’s long opposition to the use of condoms.

The Anonymous Collector

May 9, 2010


Buying Big Art has become an intriguing mystery worthy of a game of Clue. Who Done IT? Was it the Russian tycoon or his Butler?

Size Does Matter curated by Shaquille O’Neal

March 12, 2010


Yup that’s rightThat's NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal is an Art Curator. He has done a pretty good job curating the “Size Does Matter” exhibition.

Art 2010, Time and the Evolution of the Artist Today

January 21, 2010


Art 2010, Time and the Evolution of the Artist Today The First Installment As an Artist, do you ever wonder where in the world art is today? Is there a new Art Movement going on now and are you part of it. We had Modern Art then Post Modern with all of the associated subcategories. […]

The Luce Foundation Center for American Art has a Great Website

March 14, 2009


I am always looking for exciting Art Websites and the Luce Foundation Center for American Art is a good one.

“Hope” Shows Up at the national Portrait Gallery

January 26, 2009


So has Fairey arrived as the Peoples Gangster Artist? Only time will tell the whole story of a “Lasting Resonance”.

Kara Walker “The Transgression of Shame”

November 1, 2008


Kara Walker is a contemporary African American Artist Born November 26, 1969. As an Artist she explores race, sexuality, gender, identity and violence in her work. She has become perhaps best known for her room sized black paper cut silhouette installations. She is in my opinion one of the most interesting artists of our time. […]