Canadian painter, Tim Okamura, talks about 10 year of primarily painting women of color, telling their stories and the samurai warriors that are to come.
In Arcmanoro Niles' new body of work 'Life Was A Party To Be Thrown,' he explores what it means to control and maintain power over the body.
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."
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.