Some of the world’s most celebrated African-American artists and galleries will exhibit their work at the 1st Annual Harlem Fine Art Show, Feb. 20 and 21, 2010. According to organizers, the event will be one of the largest collections of Black art ever assembled, representing more than 60 Black artists.
Among the accomplished artists whose work will be displayed are:
Frank Frazier, Houston, renowned for his colorful, lively, Romare Bearden-like paintings depicting Black life and leaders. The likes of the U.S. Congress have commissioned his work, which is showcased at some of the world’s most prestigious art exhibitions.
Robert Carter, Long Island, a distinguished professor of art at Nassau Community College, creates life scene drawings and illustrations. His work is privately collected as well as on permanent display at several museums in the U.S.
Andrew Nichols, Brooklyn, the curator of the show, celebrated for his realistic portraits and life scenes in pencil and paints on canvas.