4 Art Exhibitions to See Before the End of the Year
19 & 20 November 2022
In partnership with @Unblockedbk, black-owned coffee shop and yoga studio On Dekalb BK invites you to the Holiday Market. Showcasing products fabricated by small local businesses, the market supports local artisans in the Brooklyn community.
Girl with Flowers II, 2023 © Barbara Earl Thomas
Barbara Earl Thomas: Make A Joyful Noise
11 November 2022 to 7 January 2023
Claire Oliver Gallery presents Make a Joyful Noise, a solo exhibition by American artist Barbara Earl Thomas. Including nine large-scale paper cut portraits, Thomas's latest collection explores our use of music as a means to connect in the face of adversity.
Mosaic Pool, 2021 © Didier William
Didier William: Nou Kite Tout Sa Dèyè
2 November 2022 to 16 April 2023
A collection of over forty works spanning multiple mediums, William's Nou Kite Tout Sa Dèyè (translated as: We've Left That All Behind), aims to reclaim ownership and reimagine a history cloaked in myth and untruths through the lens of immigrant narratives.
Jessica, 2022 © Oscar Quarshie
Voila L'Afrique LA Edition
15 November 2022 to 16 December 2022
After a successful premier at its New York gallery, Allouche Galley LA presents Voila L'Afrique LA Edition. This collection brings together African artists from Nigeria, Ghana and Ekiti State who explore the various aspects of African life and culture through portraiture.