Welcome to Culture Type®

Focusing on visual art by and about people of African descent, Culture Type explores the intersection of art, history, and culture

Posts tagged "Chase Hall"
On View: 'Chase Hall: Half Note' at Monique Meloche Gallery in Chicago

On View: ‘Chase Hall: Half Note’ at Monique Meloche Gallery in Chicago

  On View presents images from noteworthy exhibitions   THE TITLE of Chase Hall‘s new solo exhibition, “Half Note,” references both the improvisation of jazz and biracial identity. He explores both in a new series of portraits on view at Monique Meloche Gallery in Chicago. One of the paintings is named for a famous impromptu...
ARTNOIR Auction is Raising Funds to Benefit Emerging Artists and Curators of Color: 'We Needed to Step Up in How We Supported Our Community'

ARTNOIR Auction is Raising Funds to Benefit Emerging Artists and Curators of Color: ‘We Needed to Step Up in How We Supported Our Community’

  ARTNOIR IS AN INVALUABLE RESOURCE for artists, and serves as a nexus for curators and cultural producers. The global collective organizes artist talks, exhibition tours, studio visits, and a variety of other experiences designed to engage and educate a new generation of creatives and collectors. ARTNOIR has partnered with museums and brands, Aperture, For...
On View: '50 Artists: Art on the Grid,' a Citywide Public Art Exhibition in New York

On View: ’50 Artists: Art on the Grid,’ a Citywide Public Art Exhibition in New York

  “A Great Day in Harlem” (2020) by Chase Hall   On View presents images from noteworthy exhibitions   INITIALLY ENVISIONED IN RESPONSE to the global coronavirus pandemic, the Public Art Fund’s “50 Artists: Art on the Grid” exhibition came together with the ensuing police protests and racial justice movement top of mind. The project...
Frieze New York: After Winning Last Year's Stand Prize With Photographer Ming Smith, Jenkins Johnson is Presenting Eclectic Mix of 10 Artists in Online Viewing Room

Frieze New York: After Winning Last Year’s Stand Prize With Photographer Ming Smith, Jenkins Johnson is Presenting Eclectic Mix of 10 Artists in Online Viewing Room

“America Seen Through Stars and Stripes, New York City” (1976) by Ming Smith   JENKINS JOHNSON GALLERY won the 2019 Stand Prize at Frieze New York for a presentation dedicated to pioneering photographer Ming Smith. Black-and-white photographs from the 1970s and 80s, including a self portrait, were displayed gallery-style throughout the booth. Smith’s subjects included...