Calabar Gallery

Calabar Gallery Calabar Gallery showcases contemporary African Artists and African Diaspora artists globally.

Curated by Atim Annette Oton, each artist selected has work that deals with the complexities of the African experience. Based in Harlem, featured artworks are inspired and influenced by black African culture globally with a focus on dynamic ideas about art and society. Work will include: paintings, sculptures, watercolors, drawings, pastels, prints, photographs, mixed-media works and installations.

Please go visit Felix Morelo at the festival and step into the Good Luck Spot.  All set up at The Loisaida Festival. I'm...
05/26/2024

Please go visit Felix Morelo at the festival and step into the Good Luck Spot.

All set up at The Loisaida Festival. I'm at 6th Street and Ave C.

Our friend, BANTU is back on tour. Must attend. Catch them if you can., thanks for the introduction years agoPosted  •  ...
05/26/2024

Our friend, BANTU is back on tour. Must attend. Catch them if you can.

, thanks for the introduction years ago

Posted • It's Tour o clock, fam! We’ll be hitting the road this month for our highly anticipated tour! 🎶

Get ready for an unforgettable experience as we take the stage in a city near you. 🙌

Check out the link in our bio to get your tickets as we can't wait to see you!!!!






MUST ATTEND!!!Our good friend , part of   is doing an amazing thing at Photoville!!Be there!!!  ✨ Join us for the inaugu...
05/26/2024

MUST ATTEND!!!

Our good friend
, part of is doing an amazing thing at Photoville!!

Be there!!!

✨ Join us for the inaugural MFON Global Symposium: Presence and Preservation as part of the 2024 Photoville Festival!

🎤 Leading our discussion on ‘Breaking the Frame: A New Generation of Thinkers in Art and Practice’, we have Nicole Acheampong , Nadiya Nacorda , Naima Green , and Melissa Alcena ! In this panel of scholars and visual artists, we’ll explore photography as a research-based practice from their diverse viewpoints in reshaping artistic landscapes with innovative and transformative perspectives and praxis.

🔗 Visit the link in our bio to reserve your spot today!

Stay tuned as we reveal the incredible and inspiring line-up of panels led by scholars, artists and curators from our very own photo community centered around the voices of women and non-binary photographers of African descent!

This one-day symposium is produced by Photoville and , curated by and , in partnership with , and the School of Art, Media, and Technology at .

💐 Big thank you to our incredible line-up of panelists:
◼️ Dr. Deborah Willis
◼️ Joy Gregory
◼️ Nicole Acheampong
◼️ Nadiya Nacorda
◼️ Naima Green
◼️ Melissa Alcena
◼️ Colette Veasey-Cullors
◼️ Keisha Scarville
◼️ Yelaine Rodriguez
◼️ Nona Faustine
◼️ Noelle Flores Théard
◼️ Lynsey Weatherspoon
◼️ Dee Dwyer
◼️ Marilyn Nance

Thank you to our 2024 Photoville Festival Marquee Partners: , , , with more partners to be announced soon 😉.



Photo of Nicole Acheampong by Alejandro Jaramillo.
Photo of Naima Green by David Vades Joseph.

CONGRATULATIONS ROSY PETRIStop by tomorrow and everyday if you can in Milwaukee. Today is the soft opening of  the physi...
05/26/2024

CONGRATULATIONS
ROSY PETRI

Stop by tomorrow and everyday if you can in Milwaukee.


Today is the soft opening of the physical home of . The shop is just up the way from me at 128 E. Burleigh. Stop in from 10 til 8 to preview Tonda’s new space, order custom wood furniture, or pick up handmade goods like these patchwork throw quilts and pillows I made with my brother Spencer. Let me know if you go!

See the work of TAEESHA MUHAMMAD I missed the opening today-Jasmine Dyer, Calabar Gallery Assistant Head to see the work...
05/26/2024

See the work of TAEESHA MUHAMMAD

I missed the opening today
-Jasmine Dyer, Calabar Gallery Assistant

Head to see the work!!!



Harlem Grown’s CCCI “Aleia” installation, and a revamped Sankofa installation, featuring art by the Harlem community.






Exhibition to see!!!Head to Lawrenceville UNCATEGORIZED:Fortune Favors the BoldWORKS BY CHI MODU '84Reception: Saturday,...
05/26/2024

Exhibition to see!!!
Head to Lawrenceville

UNCATEGORIZED:
Fortune Favors the Bold
WORKS BY CHI MODU '84

Reception: Saturday, June 1, 2024, 4:00pm

The Hutchins Galleries
The Lawrenceville School
2500 Main Street
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
 
By Appointment 
[email protected]

In August 2013, larger than life photos by renowned photographer Chi Modu began appearing on the exterior walls of select NYC buildings in SoHo, Brooklyn, and the Lower East Side, as part of an ongoing installation called UNCATEGORIZED. The massive images included a rarely seen photo of hip hop legend Tupac Shakur, a never released shot of 21 year old Snoop Dogg, a dramatic image of Method Man, an iconic photo of Notorious B.I.G. standing in front of the World Trade Towers, and a riveting image of young boys in the back of a church in Modu’s native Nigeria.

Modu, who is best known for his iconic photos of major hip hop artists, was searching for a way to make his art accessible to more people.

According to Modu, “The art world tends to be very exclusive and full of obstacles for both the artists and the public. My goal is to make art more inclusive by pulling an end run on the galleries, breaking down the barriers, and bringing the art directly to the people.

Exhibit alert!
On display 5/1-6/8 -galleries
Please contact [email protected] 4 info



CONGRATULATIONS GHISLAINE SABITI ANDURBAN GLASS Happy to see you taking part in this incubator.You are in great company....
05/26/2024

CONGRATULATIONS GHISLAINE SABITI

AND

URBAN GLASS

Happy to see you taking part in this incubator.
You are in great company.
Best wishes on a wonderful opportunity.

Posted • I feel very grateful to be a part of the Incubator for Executive Leaders of Color Participants 2024! Director of the Bead Project

Please join us in welcoming this year’s participants, who are receiving free leadership training and community support from April-September 2024. ⁠

🔗 Visit our link in bio for details!⁠⁠
📷:Composite of The Incubator for Executive Leaders of Color Participants 2024, Photos Courtesy of the participants
Announcing: the Incubator for Executive Leaders of Color Participants 2024!⁠

2024 Incubator for Executive Leaders of Color

Katherine Almiranez, Associate Artistic Director, The 52nd Street Project

Mauricio Bayona, Artistic Director, Los Herederos

Christian Camacho-Light, Executive Director, A.I.R. Gallery

Brittni Collins, Director of Public Art, Powerhouse Arts

Iyvon E, Artistic Director, The Parsnip Ship

Atiba Edwards, President & CEO, Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Deadria Harrington, Producing Artistic Leader/Managing Director, The Movement Theatre Company

Lindsay Harris, Co-Director, Recess

Jinny Khanduja, Executive Director, CUE Art Foundation

David King, Director of Education, The Apollo Theater

Queena Ko, Director of Education, The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum

Kimaada Le Gendre, Director of Education, Queens Museum

Adetoro Makinde, President | Co-Founder, Women Independent Producers

Salvador Muñoz, Director of Public Programs, Poster House

Rebecca Mzengi Corey, Managing Director, Open Source Gallery

Sofia Shaula Reeser del Rio, Associate Director of Programs, Curator, The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center

Ghislaine Sabiti, Director of the Bead Project, Urban Glass

Ana Beatriz Sepúlveda-Echegaray, Associate Director, Performance Space New York








Artists tell stories.dele jegede is a Calabar Gallery artist telling stories.Posted  • .jegede a painting’s odysseysomet...
05/26/2024

Artists tell stories.
dele jegede is a Calabar Gallery artist telling stories.

Posted • .jegede
a painting’s odyssey

sometime in 1997, my painting, Peace, Brother, was one of a few paintings which i deposited with a chicago art dealer. i later realized that the dealer’s space was not conducive to the personality or integrity of my work. i withdrew the paintings. but Peace, Brother was not included. the reason? somebody was interested in buying it, so said the dealer. and that was the beginning of my ordeal. the dealer succeeded in swindling me. and I lost out on my painting. that was more than a quarter century ago.

and then from the blues, in 2023, a lady reached out to me from chicago. would i be interested in receiving Peace, Brother back? my oh my! would i? was this a joke? of course, i cheerfully and thankfully would! her elderly mother who is an artist, was moving and downsizing, and wanted the painting returned to me. that was how the painting wended its way back to me in august 2023.

but that was not all. Peace, Brother came with yet another gift from missy’s mom. she included a miniature painting (6”x4”) of her own. talk of being blessed in multiple ways! i simply didn’t have enough words to express my joy and gratitude. although i attempted doing so in a short, hand-written letter to missy. yet, i know that my words fell short of revealing the depth of my gratitude.

Peace, Brother.
47”x36”
Oil on Paper, 1997

LAST DAY TO SEE THE EXHIBTION!!!CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY IN ARTUp until to MAY 20, 2024The Walsh Gallery at Set...
05/20/2024

LAST DAY TO SEE THE EXHIBTION!!!

CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY IN ART

Up until to MAY 20, 2024

The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University presents Contemporary African Spirituality in Art. Show is curated by Atim Annette Oton, Director/Curator, Calabar Gallery, which showcases contemporary African and African Diaspora artists.

It features more than 25 artists working abroad and in the United States to collectively address the subject and influence of African spirituality on the world stage.

Artists include: Seyi Adebanjo, Ron Baker, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Digi Chivetta, Elvira Clayton, Willie Cole, Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Maurice Evans, Ricardo Osmondo Francis, Geraldine Gaines, Toka Hlongwane, Tenjin Ikeda, Damien Jélaine, Ben F. Jones, brandon king, Grace Kisa, Iyaba Ibo Mandingo, Cassandra Martin, Don Miller, Data Oruwari, Komikka Patton, Dr. Fahamu Pecou, Rosy Petri, Ransome, Sachi Rome, Tokie Rome-Taylor, Erik Olivera Rubio and Ghislaine Sabiti.

The exhibition is co-sponsored by the College of Human Development, Culture and Media, Africana Studies, the African Student Association, DEI Committee, International Federation of Catholic Universities, Museum HUE and the South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Work available, purchase:
Calabar Gallery at [email protected]

Calabar Gallery represents and exhibits underserved artists locally and globally: African, African American & Caribbean artists, www.calabargallery.com

Artists record the history of the world as it happens. dele jegede looks at the cabal that was January 6.Art, Politics, ...
05/20/2024

Artists record the history of the world as it happens. dele jegede looks at the cabal that was January 6.

Art, Politics, History.

the cabal, 2021, acrylic on canvas. 30" x 40."
Available for purchase
[email protected]

Posted • .jegede dele jegede. the cabal. acrylic on canvas. 30" x 40." 2021

Today at 2pmFREE!!!An Afternoon of Jazz with Harlem's own Linda and the BoysAt Emanuel AME Church 37 West 119th Street i...
05/18/2024

Today at 2pm

FREE!!!

An Afternoon of Jazz
with Harlem's own
Linda and the Boys

At Emanuel AME Church
37 West 119th Street in Harlem

Listen to Jazz and see the work of Reginald Rousseau

Celebrate Harlem in Jazz and Art in a church

harlem
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Today at 2pm
05/18/2024

Today at 2pm

Huge thank you to Yinka Adegoke , editor of SEMAFOR  for the article.A while back, curator and director, Atim Annette Ot...
05/15/2024

Huge thank you to Yinka Adegoke , editor of SEMAFOR for the article.

A while back, curator and director, Atim Annette Oton was interviewed How to champion African art on the global stage.





OPEN HOUSE: WEAVING ABSTRACT STORIES at The Yard at Columbus Circle Curated by Atim Annette Oton with Jasmine Dyer Openi...
05/14/2024

OPEN HOUSE: WEAVING ABSTRACT STORIES at The Yard at Columbus Circle
Curated by Atim Annette Oton with Jasmine Dyer

Opening week
on May 16, 17 and 18

Drop by Rsvp:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/open-house-weaving-abstract-stories-at-the-yard-tickets-903343473647

Work shown is by Fatou Ridgird, Veronika Sviatetska Fox and Janet Goldner

The exhibition features the work of a group of nine artists who utilize abstract, figurative references, personal concepts, language, nature and materials to create stories from ideas and themes about what is going on in the world and what they are thinking about. The exhibition features the work of Janet Goldner, Sika Foyer, Veronika Sviatetska Fox, Donchelle Fulwood, dele jegede, Koren Martin, Fatou Ridgird, Umang Shah, and Musah Swallah.

Where:

The Yard: Columbus Circle Coworking Office Space NYC
33 West 60th Street New York, NY 10023




ARTICLE ALERT:Thanks to Ande Richardson of Mosaic NJ for an article about the exhibition that is closing May 20, 2024 CO...
05/14/2024

ARTICLE ALERT:

Thanks to Ande Richardson of Mosaic NJ for an article about the exhibition that is closing May 20, 2024

CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY IN ART

Up until to MAY 20, 2024

The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University presents Contemporary African Spirituality in Art. Show is curated by Atim Annette Oton, Director/Curator, Calabar Gallery, which showcases contemporary African and African Diaspora artists.

It features more than 25 artists working abroad and in the United States to collectively address the subject and influence of African spirituality on the world stage.

Artists include: Seyi Adebanjo, Ron Baker, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Digi Chivetta, Elvira Clayton, Willie Cole, Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Maurice Evans, Ricardo Osmondo Francis, Geraldine Gaines, Toka Hlongwane, Tenjin Ikeda, Damien Jélaine, Ben F. Jones, brandon king, Grace Kisa, Iyaba Ibo Mandingo, Cassandra Martin, Don Miller, Data Oruwari, Komikka Patton, Dr. Fahamu Pecou, Rosy Petri, Ransome, Sachi Rome, Tokie Rome-Taylor, Erik Olivera Rubio and Ghislaine Sabiti.

The exhibition is co-sponsored by the College of Human Development, Culture and Media, Africana Studies, the African Student Association, DEI Committee, International Federation of Catholic Universities, Museum HUE and the South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Work available, purchase:
Calabar Gallery at [email protected]

Calabar Gallery represents and exhibits underserved artists locally and globally: African, African American & Caribbean artists, www.calabargallery.com

LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE EXHIBITION!!!CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY IN ARTUp until to MAY 20, 2024The Walsh Gallery at...
05/14/2024

LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE EXHIBITION!!!

CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY IN ART

Up until to MAY 20, 2024

The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University presents Contemporary African Spirituality in Art. Show is curated by Atim Annette Oton, Director/Curator, Calabar Gallery, which showcases contemporary African and African Diaspora artists.

It features more than 25 artists working abroad and in the United States to collectively address the subject and influence of African spirituality on the world stage.

Artists include: Seyi Adebanjo, Ron Baker, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Digi Chivetta, Elvira Clayton, Willie Cole, Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Maurice Evans, Ricardo Osmondo Francis, Geraldine Gaines, Toka Hlongwane, Tenjin Ikeda, Damien Jélaine, Ben F. Jones, brandon king, Grace Kisa, Iyaba Ibo Mandingo, Cassandra Martin, Don Miller, Data Oruwari, Komikka Patton, Dr. Fahamu Pecou, Rosy Petri, Ransome, Sachi Rome, Tokie Rome-Taylor, Erik Olivera Rubio and Ghislaine Sabiti.

The exhibition is co-sponsored by the College of Human Development, Culture and Media, Africana Studies, the African Student Association, DEI Committee, International Federation of Catholic Universities, Museum HUE and the South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Work available, purchase:
Calabar Gallery at [email protected]

Calabar Gallery represents and exhibits underserved artists locally and globally: African, African American & Caribbean artists, www.calabargallery.com

Posted  •  NOW OPEN!!!HARLEM ON MY MIND BY REGINALD ROSSEAU curated by Atim Annette Oton of Calabar GalleryAt REFETTORIO...
05/14/2024

Posted •

NOW OPEN!!!

HARLEM ON MY MIND
BY REGINALD ROSSEAU
curated by Atim Annette Oton
of Calabar Gallery

At REFETTORIO HARLEM
Emanuel AME Church
37 West 119th Street
New York, NY

Open Hours:
Wednesday 2pm - 7pm
Friday 2pm - 7pm
and every Second Saturday 1pm to 6pm as part of the Harlem Arts Stroll.

About the artist:
Reginald Rousseau, a Haiti-born and Harlem-raised contemporary folkloric artist, best known for his “Tropical Aesthetics” series, which encompasses paintings, mixed-media assemblages and digital illustrations. Rousseau studied studio arts — figurative drawings & paintings, photography, and printing — at the City College of New York while pursuing a degree in architecture. His practice is the product of decades of experimenting with mixed mediums and pushing boundaries.

Inquiries about the work
and more information:

Jasmine Dyer,
Gallery Assistant,
[email protected]
Calabar Gallery






Congratulations to our artist ROSY PETRI She definitely as artist to collect - Jasmine Dyer, Gallery Assistant, Calabar ...
05/14/2024

Congratulations to our artist ROSY PETRI

She definitely as artist to collect - Jasmine Dyer, Gallery Assistant, Calabar Gallery

Her latest public textile pieces: “Moanin in Muddy Waters: The Blues Women of Paramount Records.” This triptych is part of the WE Energies Foundation Collection at the Baird Center, and was created in honor of the q***r blues women who helped to shape the foundations of American popular music. The work depicts my own interpretations of Ma Rainey, Geeshie Wiley and Elvie (L.V.) Thomas, and a midwestern iteration of a diasporan water spirit Mami FreshWata.

This Saturday, May 18th from 1 to 5 pm, the Baird Center will be holding an open house to showcase the completed works of art created specifically for the site.

There are some fantastic pieces by local heavy hitters like Nova Czarnecki, David Najib Kasir, Reginald Baylor Studio, Kevin J. Miyazaki, and many more. Each work has a QR code that links to more information about the works and the artists, so bring a fully charged phone to read more on site.

Rosy Petri thanks Public Art Services for a seamless process from call to install, and Becky Wareing-Steele for prompt and courteous engagement at every turn. She is grateful to Spectrum School of the Arts and Gallery for letting her work on site when I ran out of space in her own studio, and to Gloria and David H. for housing her while she worked. A big thank you to Steve from Infrastructure Canvas for doing the stretching and framing of these massive pieces, and never treating her requests as outlandish. Lastly. Thanks to her husband Mark Petri for his quick thinking and patience on install day. A big thanks to Alex van der Tuuk for providing some excellent research material on this history of Paramount Records in Grafton. This work would not have happened without all of you.




Excited to be heading to KALAHARI Resorts with African and African Diasporan Art for:The Kalahari Food & (Not Just) Wine...
03/17/2024

Excited to be heading to KALAHARI Resorts with African and African Diasporan Art for:

The Kalahari Food
& (Not Just) Wine Festival

Sunday, May 19, 2024
12:00pm - 4:00pm

Join us for the first annual festival showcasing the best of Kalahari dining, your favorite local and national beverage brands, cooking demos by our talented chefs, live entertainment, and more.

We will be part of the auction too to help charity:water

Kalahari Resorts & Conventions, in partnership with charity: water, has pledged to bring clean water to 1 million people in Africa through The Water Colors Life Project. That is a commitment of $50 million.

Festival Admission:
Souvenir Wine Glass
Unique Food Sampling from Kalahari's Signature Restaurants
Complimentary Tastings from 50+ Beverage Vendors
Interactive Cooking Demos with Kalahari Chefs
Live Music & Entertainment
Raffles & Giveaways, regular and vip tickets available.

Register here:
https://www.exploretock.com/kalahari-resorts-poconos/event/455684/kalahari-food-not-just-wine-festival

charity: water is a nonprofit organization bringing clean and safe water to people around the world. Since 2006, they have funded over 137,000 water projects around the world to help more than 17.4 million people gain access to clean water, hygiene, and improved sanitation.

Kalahari Resorts & Conventions are full service vacation destinations, including meeting & convention facilities that combine America’s largest indoor Waterparks with the magic of Africa. Located in Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania; Sandusky, Ohio; Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin; and Round Rock, Texas, Kalahari Resorts & Conventions.



BLACK ART COLLECTING QUARTERLY SURVEY LINK IN BIOWe run a small gallery and we are currently doing a survey on art buyin...
03/17/2024

BLACK ART COLLECTING QUARTERLY SURVEY
LINK IN BIO

We run a small gallery and we are currently doing a survey on art buying and collecting. We gather the pulse of the art collector, buyers and non-collectors on what they buy and online buying every year.

Please complete if you are interested, we may contact you with some follow-up questions.

BLACK ART COLLECTING QUARTERLY SURVEY

https://us4.list-manage.com/survey?u=30f75bff4b470e54ed6bfffad&id=2a66074712&e=*|UNIQID|*

Calabar Gallery showcases contemporary African Artists and African Diaspora artists globally. Based in New York and curated by Atim Annette Oton, each artist selected has work that deals with the complexities of the African experience and focuses on dynamic ideas about art and society. Find us us at calabargallery.com

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER!!!Calabar Gallery presents THE BUSINESS OF ARTWORKSHOP SERIES  #2MARCH 23, 12 - 6PMREGISTER TO A...
03/16/2024

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER!!!

Calabar Gallery presents

THE BUSINESS OF ART
WORKSHOP SERIES #2

MARCH 23, 12 - 6PM

REGISTER TO ATTEND
Full Day Session
and Half Day Paid Sessions
Virtual Full Day available

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-business-of-art-workshop-series-2-presented-by-calabar-gallery-tickets-843367554057

The Business of Art Workshop Series is a day-long series of workshops teaching artists and creatives how to run a sustainable art business practice.

12 noon. Introduction to the day

12:15 to 12: 45pm
Developing an art statement: Who are you, what is your work about, plus more and sending information to galleries, non-profit and for grants

1pm to 1:30pm
How to write art grants, art residency, etc?

1:45pm to 2:15pm
How to get into galleries, art fairs, auctions, and other ventures - competitions and residencies

2:30 pm to 3 pm
The Business 101: Sole proprietor, Inc, LLC, EIN, Banking, and Receiving money, fees

3:15pm to 3:45pm
Finance: Pricing, selling, and income strategies - commissions, licensing fees, auction fees

4pm to 4:30pm
Communications: the importance of newsletters, social media, your website, blogging, photography, video and work documentation (naming your work, and keeping track of who buys your work)

4:45pm-5:15pm
Collecting: Art Documentation and Estate Planning

5:30pm Conclusion and Reception

Inquire the series:
[email protected]

Calabar Gallery represents and exhibits underserved artists locally and globally: African, African American, and Caribbean artists, with the mission of providing a place for community, exhibition, creative initiatives, and projects. Visit us online at calabargallery.com and buy art at www.calabargallery.com/buy-art















Happy to see work on the walls.Posted  •  Over a month into my residency with  at  - sitting with past works, developing...
03/15/2024

Happy to see work on the walls.

Posted •

Over a month into my residency with at - sitting with past works, developing new ideas, finding connections in it all.

It’s felt more like a practice of observing rather than creating. Different flows of a studio practice, each flow just as important. Time to explore..

For inquiries, available works or questions email [email protected] or hit the link in my bio for more 📧

Posted  •  Come join us MARCH 21, 6:30PM-9:00PM for a special screening of gOD-Talk: A Black Millennials and Faith Conve...
03/15/2024

Posted •

Come join us MARCH 21, 6:30PM-9:00PM for a special screening of gOD-Talk: A Black Millennials and Faith Conversation, presented by the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

After the screening, there will be a Q&A with Creator Teddy Reeves and Curator of the current Walsh Gallery exhibit, Atim Annette Oton. *LINK TO REGISTER IS IN THE BIO*

We hope to see you there!

HARLEM HOMEOWNERSCome learn the financial benefits of HISTORICAL DISTRICTSApril 6 Friendship Baptist Church Details on f...
03/15/2024

HARLEM HOMEOWNERS

Come learn the financial benefits of HISTORICAL DISTRICTS

April 6

Friendship Baptist Church

Details on flyer.




Harriet’s Altar for My Daughtersby Antoinette Ellis-Williams, 2020Please head to The Herb + Milly Iris Gallery at South ...
03/12/2024

Harriet’s Altar for My Daughters
by Antoinette Ellis-Williams, 2020

Please head to The Herb + Milly Iris Gallery at South Orange Performance Arts Center (SOPAC)

For

Contemporary African Spirituality: Connections to New Jersey.

Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/contemporary-african-spirituality-connections-in-new-jersey-tickets-810766252687?aff=oddtdtcreator).

The show is curated by Atim Annette Oton, the director and curator of Calabar Gallery , which showcases contemporary African and African Diaspora artists.

Participating artists include: Edgie Amisial, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn , Elvira Clayton, Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Ricardo Osmondo Francis, Geraldine Gaines, Jay Golding, Sasha Igwe, Tenjin Ikeda, Cassandra Martin, Mami Olufunke Morrishow, Yvonne Onque, Komikka Patton, Rosy Petri, Reginald Rousseau and Malandela Zulu.

The exhibition is a companion to the current exhibition at Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University in South Orange.

Take the NJ Transit to South Orange
Find all ways to come see this exhibition






Have you seen the exhibition?CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY IN ARTON VIEW:  JAN 17 to MAY 20, 2024The Walsh Gallery a...
03/12/2024

Have you seen the exhibition?

CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY IN ART

ON VIEW: JAN 17 to MAY 20, 2024

The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University presents Contemporary African Spirituality in Art. Show is curated by Atim Annette Oton, Director/Curator, Calabar Gallery, which showcases contemporary African and African Diaspora artists.

It features more than 25 artists working abroad and in the United States to collectively address the subject and influence of African spirituality on the world stage.

Artists include: Seyi Adebanjo, Ron Baker, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Digi Chivetta, Elvira Clayton, Willie Cole, Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Maurice Evans, Ricardo Osmondo Francis, Geraldine Gaines, Toka Hlongwane, Tenjin Ikeda, Damien Jélaine, Ben F. Jones, brandon king, Grace Kisa, Iyaba Ibo Mandingo, Cassandra Martin, Don Miller, Data Oruwari, Komikka Patton, Dr. Fahamu Pecou, Rosy Petri, Ransome, Sachi Rome, Tokie Rome-Taylor, Erik Olivera Rubio and Ghislaine Sabiti.

The exhibition is co-sponsored by the College of Human Development, Culture and Media, Africana Studies, the African Student Association, DEI Committee, International Federation of Catholic Universities, Museum HUE and the South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Work available, purchase:
Calabar Gallery at [email protected]

Calabar Gallery represents and exhibits underserved artists locally and globally: African, African American & Caribbean artists, www.calabargallery.com

Burn Altar by Antoinette Ellis-Williams, 2023CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY IN ARTON VIEW:  JAN 17 to MAY 20, 2024The...
03/12/2024

Burn Altar by Antoinette Ellis-Williams, 2023

CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY IN ART

ON VIEW: JAN 17 to MAY 20, 2024

The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University presents Contemporary African Spirituality in Art. Show is curated by Atim Annette Oton, Director/Curator, Calabar Gallery, which showcases contemporary African and African Diaspora artists.

It features more than 25 artists working abroad and in the United States to collectively address the subject and influence of African spirituality on the world stage.

Artists include: Seyi Adebanjo, Ron Baker, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Digi Chivetta, Elvira Clayton, Willie Cole, Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Maurice Evans, Ricardo Osmondo Francis, Geraldine Gaines, Toka Hlongwane, Tenjin Ikeda, Damien Jélaine, Ben F. Jones, brandon king, Grace Kisa, Iyaba Ibo Mandingo, Cassandra Martin, Don Miller, Data Oruwari, Komikka Patton, Dr. Fahamu Pecou, Rosy Petri, Ransome, Sachi Rome, Tokie Rome-Taylor, Erik Olivera Rubio and Ghislaine Sabiti.

The exhibition is co-sponsored by the College of Human Development, Culture and Media, Africana Studies, the African Student Association, DEI Committee, International Federation of Catholic Universities, Museum HUE and the South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Work available, purchase:
Calabar Gallery at [email protected]

Calabar Gallery represents and exhibits underserved artists locally and globally: African, African American & Caribbean artists, www.calabargallery.com

Introducing GALLERY ART PAIRINGS, a new project collaboration between galleries. FINE ART COLLECTORS GALLERY and CALABAR...
03/11/2024

Introducing GALLERY ART PAIRINGS, a new project collaboration between galleries.

FINE ART COLLECTORS GALLERY and CALABAR GALLERY PORTRAITURE PAIRINGS showcases a pair of works from each gallery.

This portraiture pairing features the work of Théo Tobiasse, a French artist whose lithograph on paper, Je Marche Dans Des Temps Perdus, L’Exil N’en Finira Jamais, is paired with French Congolese American Ghislaine Sabiti, Brooklyn based interdisciplinary artist with her mixed media piece, End Bias.

To purchase these pieces:

For the work of Théo Tobiasse, please contact Fine Art Collectors Gallery at [email protected]

For the work of Ghislaine Sabiti, please contact Calabar Gallery at [email protected]








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