piquantpaint:

The River of Blood (1961).  Malangatana Ngwenya. 
Oil on fiberboard.  Cleveland Museum of Art. 
piquantpaint:

The River of Blood (1961).  Malangatana Ngwenya. 
Oil on fiberboard.  Cleveland Museum of Art. 

piquantpaint:

The River of Blood (1961).  Malangatana Ngwenya. 

Oil on fiberboard.  Cleveland Museum of Art. 

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davidenoel:

I’d be happy to see you at the show if you’re in London in early July!

Looking forward to this event and catching up with some talented visual artists, musicians, fashion designers and other creative people!
davidenoel:

I’d be happy to see you at the show if you’re in London in early July!

Looking forward to this event and catching up with some talented visual artists, musicians, fashion designers and other creative people!

davidenoel:

I’d be happy to see you at the show if you’re in London in early July!

Looking forward to this event and catching up with some talented visual artists, musicians, fashion designers and other creative people!

Life is pure adventure, and the sooner we realize that, the quicker we will be able to treat life as art.

— Maya Angelou. Rest in Peace

saatchiart:

Artists! Only one day left to submit your work to our #Showdown competition - you won’t want to miss out. To enter, click here.
saatchiart:

Artists! Only one day left to submit your work to our #Showdown competition - you won’t want to miss out. To enter, click here.

saatchiart:

Artists! Only one day left to submit your work to our #Showdown competition - you won’t want to miss out. To enter, click here.

Art & Abolition Summer Arts Camp

blackcontemporaryart:

A two-week sleep away arts camp for child survivors of sexual slavery in Kenya: http://kck.st/1jLhp5x

The Art and Abolition camp founded by Brittanie Richardson (based in Nairobi, Kenya), directed by Rosalyn Nash of the Brooklyn Performing Arts Institute, is a two-week sleep away arts camp for child survivors of sexual slavery in Kenya. The purpose of the program is to bring healing through the arts and to give the campers the opportunity to express themselves through music, theatre, dance, and visual art.