From the Vapour of Gasoline at White Cube Mason’s Yard
When I stumbled upon the title of this exhibition I immediately thought about the state of the country. In the United States, you could say that the current tone for the average citizen would be filled with worry, unexpected events and the questioning of what it really means to... Read more
Untitled, 1982 by Jean-Michel Basquiat becomes the most expensive painting sold by an American artist in Sotheby’s Auction
Billionaire buys. As you’ve probably heard or read by now. Untitled, 1982 by Jean-Michel Basquiat sold for $110.5 million at Sotheby’s auction on May 19th by Yusaku Maezawa (@yuzaku2020). Records: High for a work by any American artist, for a black artist and the first work created since 1980... Read more
#StudioVisit – Inglewood based artist Larry Johnson
I took a quick trip to Inglewood to meet up with visual artist Larry E. Johnson as he prepares for his participation in 25 Years Later: Race, Riots and Reform at Gallery 38. Larry just finished his first solo exhibition at Los Angeles Southwest College after graduating this past... Read more
#StudioVisits – Charles Dickson
I had the extreme pleasure of visiting the studio of the great Charles Dickson in Compton, CA. Not only was I blown away by the hospitality, I was enthralled and floored by the amount of work and the different medium in which he chose to present each subject. I... Read more
“But To Be A Poor Race” by Theaster Gates at Regen Projects
Stopped into @regenprojects for this amazing #TheasterGates exhibit titled "But To Be A Poor Race" .. #ArtAboveReality #LookWhatArtFound #Inspiring #Art #Curator #PhotoJournalism #PhotoJournalist #StreetPhotography #ArtJournalism #ArtPhotography #photoaday #photo #artist #museum #contemporaryart #fineart #artnews A photo posted by artabovereality (@artabovereality) on Jan 19, 2017 at 2:58pm PST Poweful work by... Read more
#TheArtInfluencer – Kerry James Marshall
#TheArtInfluencer – #KerryJamesMarshall I believe, is the best artist for our generation. The way he creates a conversation about subtlety in our history ins unprecedented and very very real. "Heirlooms and Accessories" is one of my favorite pieces from his #MASTRY show at the @metmuseum and also one of... Read more
Kerry James Marshall’s “Mastry” Is History Lesson and Spiritual Experience Disguised As An Art Exhibition
I made it!! #KerryJamesMarshall at @metbreuer .. #ArtAboveReality #NYC #LookWhatArtFound #ArtInspires #Inspiring #Global #Artistic #Expression #Creative #Art #LIFE #artwork #Curator #PhotoJournalism #PhotoJournalist #StreetPhotography #ArtJournalism #ArtPhotography #photoaday #photo #artist #museum A photo posted by artabovereality (@artabovereality) on Dec 30, 2016 at 9:27am PST Mind blown!!! #KerryJamesMarshall's "Mastry" at @metmuseum /... Read more
#StudioVisit – Lisa Diane Wedgeworth
From the studio visit this morning with Los Angeles based artist Lisa Diane Hedgeworth (@tallartgirl). Her work deals in mood, family and life experience through celestial interpretation. Her painting brought ideas out of me that made me see the work in its greater presence. The scale alone demanded attention.... Read more
“Flash Tag” presented by The California African American Museum
The California African-American Art Museum opened up its doors to the public to see the live mural painting by some of the OG’s in African-American art for their “Flash Tag” Exhibit showing March 26 – August 2, 2015. I was invited by amazing artist Norm Maxwell to be a... Read more
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