Marvin Touré's pulls from hip-hop, reggae, fashion and his African heritage to explore and challenge ideas of what is considered civilized and uncivilized, in his body of work, Boussoumani.
David Antonio Cruz's new body of work 'For I Am - Or I Was, The Return Of The Dirty Boys' challenges the ideas of masculinity and identity in communities of color.
Los Angeles native; NYC based interdisciplinary artist, Sanford Biggers, takes us along the journey of his artistic career and how it all began with music. As a widely celebrated artist and a selected Fellow for TED 2016, Biggers responsibly uses his platform to educate and start conversations.
Kimberly Mayhorn explores the social ties of black women and the conversations that are had about them in a moving show inspired by Sandra Bland's death and the assault on black bodies.
Twenty-fifteen has been a spectacular year for THE BHOLDR. We are grateful for the amazing artists who have welcomed us into their creative worlds. We are thankful for every fan, subscriber and supporter. ART IS BOUNDLESS. As we exit 2015, we encourage you to CREATE your 2016.
"The Jerome Project" by celebrated artist Titus Kaphar delivers striking and intellectually engaging artwork that ignites dialogue about African-American men and the United States criminal justice system.