Art

Art: The Migration Series By Jacob Lawrence

Jacob Lawrence’s The Migration Series (1940–41) is a sequence of 60 paintings that depicts the mass movement of African Americans from the rural South to the urban North between World War I and World War II—a development that…

This Year’s 13 Favorite: Art Works

This year, www.blackfabulousity.com has been out and about discovering more on everything from fashion, through art and photography: collating  favorites from awesome collections to the art pieces I want hanging on my wall. I’ve rounded up…

Inspired By Popular Culture, Dawn Okoro

  Dawn Okoro is a Nigerian American artist whose paintings features bold, color saturated, sensual portraits of beautiful black women. The theme of her work embodies one’s search for identity through brands and trends with images depicting young…

Comical Art: A Critique On Modern Society

Rather amusing, the truths  in these exhibits. French designer, Jean Jullien created a series of humorous critique on modern society. With light and fun illustrations he plays with social relations issues of our day to day in…

Your Weekly Dose Of Art: Portraiture By Lionel Smit

Lionel Smit is a self-taught artist born in Pretoria, South Africa, best known for his contemporary portraiture executed through monumental canvasses and sculptures. These portraits seem to tell a tale of emotional strife … the haphazard…

Your Weekly Dose Of Art: Karo Akpokiere

Karo Akpokiere is a Nigerian born and based artist whose work is set a little apart  from the conventional oil on canvas. He displays his drawings and illustrations through various media,  T-shirts being one of my…

Your Weekly Dose Of Art: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh is Iranian African-American oil painter whose street art project addressing gender based street harassment drew me to further explore her works. Inspired by many things: the distress and injustices that people around the world continue…

ART: Your Weekly Dose From Sara Golish

  If there is anything i appreciate as much as art itself, its the people that create it. Sara Golish who is Canadian born  fuels her talent mostly into creating African art. Since putting pencil to…