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Black-Run Art Spaces Cancel Programming and Announce Closures as Institutions Nationwide Respond to COVID-19

Black-Run Art Spaces Cancel Programming and Announce Closures as Institutions Nationwide Respond to COVID-19

The exhibition galleries at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles remain open to visitors, but public programs are postponed until further notice.   CITING SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES from the California Department of Public Health designed “to slow the rate of transmission of COVID-19,” the California African American Museum (CAAM) in Los Angeles cancelled...
'Selective Histories' by Toyin Ojih Odutola Set Auction Record in London, Forthcoming Lot in New York May Surpass Benchmark

‘Selective Histories’ by Toyin Ojih Odutola Set Auction Record in London, Forthcoming Lot in New York May Surpass Benchmark

  SOTHEBY’S RECENT Contemporary Art Evening Auction in London featured 65 lots. Only 13 of the works were by women artists, but the representation was a milestone. According to Sotheby’s, it was the highest proportion of works by women the auction house has ever offered in an evening sale. Each season, the evening sale is...
Linda Harrison Has Been Appointed Director of the Newark Museum

Linda Harrison Has Been Appointed Director of the Newark Museum

  LINDA HARRISON IS LEAVING the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) in San Francisco to helm New Jersey’s largest museum. Last week, the Newark Museum named Harrison director and CEO. “I’m thrilled to join the Newark Museum family to implement a bold transformation/agenda that lock steps with the City of Newark’s revitalization of the...