Artscene Newsletter Weekend: Flux Art Fair

April 25, 2015 Hello everybody…weekend is staying with us for a while and it’s time to check up on what’s going on in the world of creativity. Art fairs are coming and here is one you need to see about.  FLUX ART FAIR MAY 14 – 17, 2015 / HARLEM, NEW YORK PRESS & VIP / VERNISSAGE MAY 13, 2015  Corn Exchange Building / NW Corner of 125 St. Park Ave from the website: A contemporary art fair in the culturally rich community of Harlem.  FLUX Art Fair is a dynamic artistic platform engaging an international community of collectors and those … Continue reading Artscene Newsletter Weekend: Flux Art Fair

ESQUISSES REPORTS: THE BLACK ARTS MOVEMENT

February 22, 2014 Hello! As promised, Esquisses reports on The Black Arts Movement or BAM. I’ve heard about the Harlem Renaissance, but not the Black Arts Movement. Described by Time magazine as the “single most controversial moment in the history of African-American literature-possibly in American literature as a whole.” If Harlem Renaissance was the tip of the iceberg, the Black Arts Movement was an explosion. It gave African-Americans even more power to fully express themselves and they began to get more creative in literature and art….creating their own magazines, journals, art institutions and publishing houses, literary and theatre groups. Black … Continue reading ESQUISSES REPORTS: THE BLACK ARTS MOVEMENT