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This Juneteenth weekend, a collective of Philadelphians is leading efforts to preserve the historic home of revered Black artist Henry Ossawa Tanner.
Former first lady Michelle Obama announced the Obama Presidential Center Museum will harbor an exhibit inspired by her mother Marian Robinson.
A new exhibit of the late neo-expressionist artist Jean-Michel Basquiat will open to the public over the weekend in New York City. The exhibit, named "King Pleasure" after one of Basquiat's father's favorite singers, gives an intimate look into the artist's life and work thanks to its curation and organization by his sisters who are in charge of his estate since 2013.
The collection is an exclusive partnership with the Quincy Jones-backed NFT platform OneOf, Stereogum reports.
Black photographers explain why Black photographers will always matter when it comes to telling Black stories and capturing the Black experience.
Marian Wright Edelman, Ava DuVernay and Venus and Serena Williams will be honored by the National Portrait Gallery.
Artist Kehinde Wiley recently launched a limited-edition apparel and merchandise collection featuring a selection of his personal favorite compositions from his archive. See inside for more details on the release and an exclusive giveaway.
Through artwork, luxury pieces and re-imagined streetwear, Abloh changed the fashion culture forever. As we remember his legacy, take a quick look back at how his vision for style is cemented in time.
The estate of late rapper 2Pac announced on Tuesday that fans will get to deep dive into his life’s work with an immersive museum experience called 'Tupac Shakur. Wake Me When I’m Free.'
A white protester on Hollywood Blvd recently made it his priority to call out the artwork for Meek Mill's new album, 'Expensive Pain,' somehow tying it to the disrespect of Black women, Masonic symbolism, vaccine mandates and why you should take off your mask in general.
Drawings done by The People's Champion himself were recently introduced at auction in NYC, where they sold amongst some of his other collectibles for close to $1 million.