A group of contemporary artists re-imagine the African Diaspora through references to the landscape, masks, clothes, and adornments.
A show in Harlem takes on the human form with some surprising results.
The first time I saw Stan Squirewell’s work was around two or three years ago.
The Flux Art Fair, which is only in its second year, has done something boldly innovative with the art fair format: created a scheme of public works placed throughout Harlem’s parks and boulevards.
Among New York artists’ ongoing quest for affordable studio space within the city, one artist relates his story of having discovered a studio in the South Bronx that is first and foremost inexpensive.
Mazes abound as a visual motif at the Flux Art Fair.