Who Declared the '90s a Black Literary Renaissance?
- Southern Visions. Ebony, David; Wodell, Kate // Art in America;Jul2003, Vol. 91 Issue 7, p26
Features the museum exhibition tour in 2004 entitled 'Testimony: Vernacular Art of the African-American South,' consisting of pieces by contemporary self-taught African-American artists. Art pieces for the exhibit; Profile on the artists; Exhibit schedules.
- Style masters reunite for an artistic blast from the past. Pryce, Vinette K. // New York Amsterdam News;05/20/99, Vol. 90 Issue 21, p24
Reports on the gathering of Afro-American graffiti artists in East Side, New York City, to promote `Metallurgy--The Lost Science,' an art exhibit held to benefit the Learning Tree organization founded by Arthur Serota and aims to improve condition of urban youth through education. Graffiti...
- Art of the African world. Lewis, Samella // Black Collegian;Apr Special Anniversary Issue, Vol. 21, p151
Features artworks of Afro-Americans. Includes Howard Smith's Africa Series: Woman With Flowers and Africa Series: Antelope; Jacob Lawrence's Harlem Street Scene; Jacob Lawrence Gen. Toussaint L' Ouverture Series; Anthony Ole's Harmony and Mardi Gras; William H. Johnson's Street Musicians;...
- A celebration of African-American artistry and vision. // Smithsonian;Nov93, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p136
Focuses on the work of seven African-American artists out of 31 who are featured in `Free Within Ourselves,' a traveling exhibition now at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. The 31 artists are among over 100 represented in the Smithsonian's National Museum of American Art. Lois Mailou...
- Arts scene. Griffin, Gil; Norwood, Iris L. // American Visions;Aug/Sep95, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p10
Provides information on Afro-American arts and artists. Singer Terence Trent D'Arby's `Vibrator'album; Motown Historical Museum and an exhibition about Motown; Films produced by Tim Reid. INSET: Did you know...
- Arts scene. H.H.C. // American Visions;Jun/Jul96, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p12
Notes miscellaneous items relating to Afro-American arts. Includes 1996 Brooklyn's International African Arts Festival; Robert Henry Johnson Dance Company; Shawn Kemp's role in the film `21'.
- Introduction: Contemporary Black Artists. Thompson, Mildred // Art Papers;Jul/Aug88, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p4
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the author discusses African-American art and African-American artists in the U.S.
- Portfolio. Murphy, Anthony C. // American Visions;Aug/Sep94, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p20
Features Afro-American artists, their media and their messages. Leroy Johnson; Beverly Buchanan; Angela Franklin; Otto Neals; Michelle Turner; Carole Byard; Barbara Bullock; Michael D. Marshall; Eric Pryor; Helen Evans Ramsaran.
- Negro Artists and the Negro. Thurman, Wallace // New Republic;8/31/27, Vol. 52 Issue 665, p37
The article discusses information on African American artists and the Blacks, in general, in the U.S. Such artists began to strut and shout when the African-American art first came into being and Black poets, novelists, musicians, and painters became good copy. An overview of the works by Black...