Black artists celebrate freedom to be
Honoring Juneteenth

Black artists celebrate freedom to be

Commemorate this important national holiday with creative pieces rooted in culture and strength.
a painting of a woman with an afro standing in front of a gold arch and blue wall
Before Kehinde Wiley, there was Barkley L. Hendricks: magnificent portraits of African-Americans
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Art Acacia Gallery & Consulting
a group of women standing next to each other in front of a pink and yellow background
The Joy of Black Hair Art by Micah
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a woman sitting at a table in front of a mirror with her hand up to her face
Reminisce the Times Before Art by Micah
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two black men standing next to each other
Ghanaian Artist Explores Being Black in America Through Colorful Portraits [Interview]
two children sitting in a stroller, one is sleeping and the other is laying down
In Her First Solo Museum Show, Jordan Casteel’s Humanizing Portraits Get Even Closer
a painting of a boy with watermelon slices
Artist Harmonia Rosales Reinterprets Genesis through a Stunning Subversion of the Sistine Chapel — Colossal