of art across museums and galleries are from black women artists
#AboveFour Campaign’s goal is to increase awareness and interest around Black Women’s participation and contributions in the Fine Art Industry by elevating black women artists stories, gathering community and hosting conversations during Miami Art Week.
The #AboveFour Campaign is attached to our Garden Fellowship initiative that supports and funds 5 Georgia based artists with an opportunity to exhibit in Miami. The fellowship is a one year professional development program for emerging Black women artists.
Though working in multiple forms Dyson describes herself as a painter whose compositions address the continuity of movement, climate change, infrastructure, and architecture. For Dyson these subjects in relationship to each other produce abstractions that explore the history and future of black spatial liberation strategies and environmental racism.
Llucy Llong is a visual anthropologist and family archivist from Atlanta, GA. Her work explores and examines the Spirit, culture, and traditions of original descendants of the African diaspora. Through sculpture, digital media, and textiles, she preserves heirlooms from the past, archives the present, and creates artifacts for the future
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
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