Elizabeth Colomba's (born in Paris and based in Harlem, NY) new show, "The Moon Is My Only Luxury" (curated by Monique Long), challenges the historical stories of black women and dives into their moments of solitude.
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.
Isaac and Gabriel Fortoul talk about their creative process, creating powerful images with clean lines and their first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, Ca.
Jazz vocalist, Somi, finds richness in her African roots. She shares of how she discovered jazz, her experience in Lagos, Nigeria and the art of jazz today. Join her on a stroll along The Beautiful Road.
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.
Renee Cox's fearlessness would explain her ability to survive twenty-three years in the art world. She's no stranger to criticism and controversy. Her photography and mixed-media art has celebrated blackness, the body, and womanhood. Come take a voyage with Cox on her journey.
Considered one of the most important African American artists in the last three decades, Nina Chanel Abney takes on the social issue of "Black Lives Matter" and the relationship between police officers and people of color in her fourth solo exhibition, 'Always a Winner.'
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."
Nominated as American Emerging Photographer of 2015 by Stella Kramer (Pulitzer Prize winning photo-editor) and United Photo Industries, L.A. based photographer Alícia Rius talks about her transition into photography, her passion for animals and being a featured artist in Brooklyn's Photoville 2015.
Craig Wetherby usually tells us stories through his photographs. This time he uses his words to share with us his commitment to the craft of film photography and his passion for black & white photos.
Sean "Paperchasr" Williams of Obsessive Sneaker Disorder shares his expertise about the sneaker industry and his involvement in the highly celebrated exhibition 'The Rise of Sneaker Culture' at The Brooklyn Museum.
Hit Music Producer, Reo, has proven himself to be bigger than "The Big C" as he tells of his defining moment that led him to produce hits for Beyonce, Lil Wayne, Bruno Mars, Chris Brown, T-Pain, Keyshia Cole, Kid Ink and many more.
With a deep passion of bringing awareness to crucial social issues, Olek brings her artistry of crocheting to the "Great Pole" bench honoring Polish and World War II hero, Jan Karski.
Gabriel García Román's on-going body of work, "Queer Icons" echoes the voices and displays the diverse identities of queer people of color.
This short piece was inspired by Etta James' "Stop The Wedding." Shot with a Panasonic GH4 in black and white using a Lumix G Vario 7-14mm lens.
The first feature of THE BHOLDR's THE PROJCTS.
Shot in Prospect Park, Brooklyn on a Panasonic GH4 using an Olympus M. Zuiko 9-18mm and Panasonic Lumix G Vario 45-150mm lens.
Native Chicagoan and visual artist, Yashua Klos, investigates what is blackness and masculinity in the black community through intricate collages.
Two biological brothers and lovers of Hip-Hop talk about the courage it takes to change the game. Meet De-Lo and K. Briggs of KO-Lition.
Matthew Weinstein talks about his attraction to 3D animation and the realities that viewers bring into art.
Interdisciplinary visual artist, Nyugen Smith, goes deep into his ancestry to find a sense of identity.