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.
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.
In her third New York solo exhibition, Margaret Bowland uses enchanting imagery to explore alternative narratives, "underscoring the dangerous allure of wealth and power."
American painter, Jordan Casteel, explores the humanity of black men as fathers, sons, brothers and cousins. Her second solo exhibition, 'Brothers,' contributes "a vision of blackness that shows the complexities of black men instead of reducing them."
Swedish music producer, Fredrik "Fredro" Ödesjö, talks about the current state of the music business and how it affects artists, record labels and songwriters around the world.
After the Trayvon Martin acquittal, Jordan Casteel was compelled to create a body of work that would make the black male visible to the world.