6 th November , 2019David Antonio Cruz: “A Love Letter To Us”
Before president Trump was officially elected in 2016, artist David Antonio Cruz felt there was a tangible, celebratory feeling brewing within the atmosphere of the United States. A celebration that did not include poor people, people of color, immigrants, or the queer community.
5 th November , 2019Artist Spotlight: Gustavo Nazareno
Artist Gustavo Nazareno explores the critical history of Afro-Brazilian religion with his recent exhibition at Luis Maluf Art Gallery called “Bará”.
30 th October , 2019Amani Lewis: Subjective Nature
Baltimore based, emerging conceptual artist, Amani Lewis talks to ArtX about her beginnings as an artist, her commitment to social justice and community activism, and her latest series Negroes in the Trees.
30 th October , 2019Artist Spotlight: Tyrone Deans
Based in Jamaica, artist Tyrone Deans continues to build a practice that explores issues of culture, race, migration and class. Deans is influenced by his training in architecture while he investigates diasporic ties to African histories and social structures.
24 th October , 2019Artist Spotlight: Jeff Musser
Jeff Musser is a conceptual artist based in Sacramento, CA. As a white (non-Black or Brown) artist, Musser has taken up a project that ventures deep into the history of racism, and the construction of race within the United States.