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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 27 - Loïs Mailou Jones (1905–1998) explored design, painting and illustration...
02/28/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 27 - Loïs Mailou Jones (1905–1998) explored design, painting and illustration over her seven-decade career. Influenced by the Harlem Renaissance, the international art scene, and African and Caribbean culture, Jones’ style was constantly evolving. After getting her degrees in Boston, where she was unable to teach because of her race, Jones helped establish the art department at the Palmer Memorial Institute, a black preparatory school in Sedalia, North Carolina. Two years later, in 1930, she joined Howard University’s faculty. She was a teacher, mentor, and advocate for African-American artists. Les Fétiches is part of a series of oil paintings of African masks that she created while on sabbatical in France.
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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 26 - Charles Henry Freeman was born and raised in New York. A self taught art...
02/27/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 26 - Charles Henry Freeman was born and raised in New York. A self taught artist, he has created murals as part of a wide variety of public and private commissions including Los Angeles Unified School District, Social and Public Art Resource Center, Figueroa Medical Center, and Magic Johnson Theater and much more. Best known as Brother Boko, he was also a talented visual artist, and community organizer

Renowned for his mural work in Los Angeles, including the "Spirit of 76" mural on the Bob Hope Veteran Memorial Building in downtown Los Angeles and "Return to the Light" mural along the Pasadena Freeway. Charles Freeman's notable work is found in Carlsbad, New Mexico, and most recently in Muncie, IN. Heyyyyyyyyyy #charleshenryfreeman / #brotherboko you were one #dope brother

Some of his #artwork can be seen at @carlsbadcavernsnps

727 Carlsbad Caverns Highway
Carlsbad, New Mexico 88220

https://www.nps.gov/index.htm
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02/27/2021

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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 25 - Noni Olabisi is a St. Louis native who has lived in California most of h...
02/26/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 25 -
Noni Olabisi is a St. Louis native who has lived in California most of her life, she is a well-known muralist who has dedicated her artistic energy to listening to the voices of the unheard and to representing their narrative in her artwork. Her murals articulate the hunger for justice in the communities of South Los Angeles and punctuate the landscape of the city with bold figures and striking colors.
Her art is not only inspired by the community, but by personal strife and the hope that it has engendered. She is an optimistic and happy person who has spent a lot of time working on herself and trying to find the right path. Heyyyyyyyy #noniolabisi why you so #dope tho?! ?
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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 24 - Nick Cave (b. 1959) is widely acclaimed for his works which blur the dis...
02/25/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 24 - Nick Cave (b. 1959) is widely acclaimed for his works which blur the distinction between sculpture and fashion. He is most known for his Soundsuits: wearable sculptural costumes which fully conceal the body, masking racial, class, and gender-based stereotypes. Cave was inspired to make these works after the Rodney King beatings, envisioning them as a protective armor which allows bodies to exist apart from bias or judgement. Cave's multimedia costumes incorporate found materials along with traditional craftwork, such as crochet and intricate beading and sequining. The artist exhibits them both as static sculptural objects in a gallery environment, and as activated through dance. Collaborating with performers, dancers and choreographers, Cave incites an ecstatic community celebration of diversity in public spaces. Heyyyyyyy @nickcaveart why you so #dope tho?!?!?!?!
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Black Love Zanno (earrings) — back in stock. What better way to keep #blackhistorymonth and #valentinesday / #galentines...
02/24/2021

Black Love Zanno (earrings) — back in stock. What better way to keep #blackhistorymonth and #valentinesday / #galentinesday / #singlesappreciationday rocking all year long. Buy a pair today!!!!!! Matching necklace coming soon . https://roughlovejewelry.com/products/black-love-woodstock-zanno
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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 23 - Beverly Loraine Greene became the first African-American woman to receiv...
02/24/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 23 - Beverly Loraine Greene became the first African-American woman to receive a Bachelor of Science degree in architectural engineering in 1936, before going on to complete a Master of Science degree in city planning and housing. Greene was then hired by the Chicago Housing Authority, breaking race and gender barriers in the process, and received her license to practice architecture from the State of Illinois on 28 December 1942 aged just 27. Despite her education and credentials, Greene struggled to secure work as an architect in Chicago due to racial prejudice, finding that she and her fellow black colleagues were frequently shunned by architectural firms and written out of the local press almost entirely. This resulted in a move to New York in 1945, where Greene applied for a role on the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company’s new development of Stuyvesant Town–Peter Cooper Village . Although Greene worked on this project African-Americans would not be permitted to live on the development due to segregation laws; Metropolitan Life’s president Frederick H. Ecker told The New York Post, “If we brought them into this development, it would be to the detriment of the city, too, because it would depress all the surrounding property. “ It wasn’t until 1951, after years of protest and the death of Metropolitan Life’s president, that segregation was finally overruled and black families were permitted to move into the area. Sadly, Greene passed away aged just 41 on 22 August 1957, prior to the completion of UNESCO ( United Nations headquarters in Paris, ) in 1958, as well as a number of the NYU buildings she had worked on, which were completed between 1956 and 1961.
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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 22 - ecoming a comic book artist was a lifelong aspiration for Larry Stroman,...
02/23/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 22 - ecoming a comic book artist was a lifelong aspiration for Larry Stroman, and by 1985 Stroman had achieved his dream, pencilling issues of American Flagg for First Comics and World's Finest Comics for DC. Within a couple years, Stroman began illustrating for Marvel Comics, including titles such as Uncanny X-Men, Ghost Rider and Cloak & Dagger. Stroman was especially instrumental in redesigning X-Factor's iconic look for the '90s, with writer Peter David, while serving as the series artist . Heyyyyyyyyy @larrystroman575 why you so #dope tho ?!?!?!?
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Thank You @kbuenoschonig of Women Entrepreneurs Internationalfor the #blackhistorymonth #shoutout of my #onlineboutique ...
02/23/2021

Thank You @kbuenoschonig of Women Entrepreneurs International
for the #blackhistorymonth #shoutout of my #onlineboutique @roughlove_jewels and hosting a celebration of #femalefounders of color. Checkout the full article and support these fellow #smallbusinesssisters #femaleentrepreneurs #bossbabes #womenincharge at https://womenentrepreneursinternational.org/Heyyyyyyyyyy @womenentrepreneursintl why ya’ll so #dope tho ?!?!?!?
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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 21 - Jacob Lawrence was born in New Jersey in 1918. At just 23 years old, he ...
02/22/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 21 - Jacob Lawrence was born in New Jersey in 1918. At just 23 years old, he completed his Migration Series. This colorful collection of paintings tells the story of the Great Migration, a mass exodus of over 6 million African Americans fleeing the segregated South to urbanized areas across the country.
Imagined as avant-garde shapes and rendered in bright tones, this work is celebrated as much for its subject matter as its Harlem-inspired aesthetic. “Lawrence’s work is a landmark in the history of modern art and a key example of the way that history painting was radically reimagined in the modern era,” the Museum of Modern Art explains.
After the success of this 60-panel series, Lawrence continued to artistically document the African American experience in a number of projects. He also taught at several universities and received numerous accolades and awards. In 1941, for example, he became the first African American artist to have work featured in the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection, and in 1990, he received the U.S. National Medal of Arts. Heyyyyyy #jacoblawrence you were one #dope brother !!!!!!
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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 20 - Lorraine O’Grady is a conceptual artist and cultural critic whose work o...
02/21/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 20 - Lorraine O’Grady is a conceptual artist and cultural critic whose work over four decades has employed the diptych, or at least the diptych idea, as its primary form. While she has consistently addressed issues of diaspora, hybridity and black female subjectivity and has emphasized the formative roles these have played in the history of modernism, O’Grady also uses the diptych’s “both/and thinking” to frame her themes as symptoms of a larger problematic, that of the divisive and hierarchical either/or categories underpinning Western philosophy. In O’Grady’s works across various genres including text, photo-installation, video and performance, multiple emotions and ideas coexist. Personal and aesthetic attitudes often considered contradictory, such as anger and joy or classicism and surrealism, are not distinguished. Even technical means seem governed by both chance and obsessive control so as to express political argument and unapologetic beauty simultaneously. Heyyyyyy #lorraineogrady why you so #dope tho ?!?!?!?
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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes — Day 18 Faith Ringgold is an American artist and author who became famous for cr...
02/19/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes — Day 18 Faith Ringgold is an American artist and author who became famous for creating innovative, quilted narrations that communicate her political beliefs. While working as an art teacher in public schools, Faith Ringgold began a series of paintings called American People, which portrayed the civil rights movement from a female perspective. In the 1970s, she created African-style masks, painted political posters and actively sought the racial integration of the New York art world. During the 1980s, she began a series of quilts that are among her best-known works, and she later embarked on a successful career as a children's book author and illustrator. Heyyyyyyyyyy @faithringgold why you so #dope tho ?!?!?!?
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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 17 - Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks was an American photographer, musi...
02/18/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 17 - Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks was an American photographer, musician, writer and film director, who became prominent in U.S. documentary photojournalism in the 1940s through 1970s—particularly in issues of civil rights, poverty and African-Americans—and in glamour photography. Parks was a self-taught artist who became the first African American photographer for Life and Vogue magazines. He also pursued movie directing and screenwriting, working at the helm of the films The Learning Tree, based on a novel he wrote, and Shaft. Parks has published several memoirs and retrospectives as well, including A Choice of Weapons. In 1948 Parks became a staff photographer for Life magazine, the first African American to hold that position. Parks, who remained with the magazine until 1972, became known for his portrayals of ghetto life, black nationalists, and the civil rights movement. A photo-essay about a child from a Brazilian slum was expanded into a television documentary (1962) and a book with poetry (1978), both titled Flavio. Parks also was noted for his intimate portraits of such public figures as Ingrid Bergman, Barbra Streisand, Gloria Vanderbilt, and Muhammad Ali. Heyyyyyy #gordanparks you were a #dope brother
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02/17/2021

#cowrieshells - According to African legends, cowrie shells represent the goddess protection. A powerful force linked with the strength and power of the ocean and rivers. In ancient times they were also used in India, China, Africa, and the Caribbean as currency and medicine. Checkout my #cowrie collection named after #africangoddesses and #haitianpirate here —> https://roughlovejewelry.com/collections/cowrie-collection
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#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 16 - Florestine Perrault Collins was born in 1895 and began her career as a p...
02/17/2021

#blackhistory / #historythroughoureyes Day 16 - Florestine Perrault Collins was born in 1895 and began her career as a photographer at the age of 14. The oldest of six, she helped add to her family’s income working as a photography assistant in New Orleans. Finding Identity
After her first marriage, Collins opened up her own studio and was able to fully own her identity as a black, female photographer; out of only 101 African-American women who identified themselves as photographers in the 1920 U.S. Census, Collins was the only one in the New Orleans area.
Over time, she built up a large client base and following in New Orleans by running engaging newspaper ads that set her apart from her male counterparts. She photographed families, weddings, parties, and individual portraits, adeptly leveraging her success to keep her family afloat during the Great Depression. Her career lasted roughly 30 years during which time she thoroughly documented the lives of New Orleans’ Creole community. Heyyyyyyy #florestineperraultcollins you were a #dope sista 🙌🏾🖤🙋🏾‍♀️
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You can read more about Collins’ life in Picturing Black New Orleans: A Creole Photographer’s New of The Early Twentieth Century and the documentary Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People.
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