On November 4th, 2017, the world unexpectedly lost renowned artist Tamara Natalie Madden. Madden’s paintings focused on heightening the everyday person who never had a chance to shine by raising them to the prestige of kings, queens, and warriors.
In an exclusive hour-long podcast, Nantali Indongo from ‘The Bridge’ gets to know visual artist Marie-Denise Douyon. Learn about her recent exhibition ‘2 islands, 2 stories, 1 district,’ how the artist’s work is heavily influenced by her unique childhood experiences, and more.
From ‘Atlanta’ to ‘Girls Trip’, illustrator Ashleigh Sharmaine is reimagining well-known TV shows and movies with influence from the ‘90s era.
For her very first solo exhibition in New York, the gifted Toyin Ojih Odutola presents “Toyin Ojih Odutola: To Wander Determined,” featuring a fictional series of portraits that narrate the lives of two aristocratic Nigerian families.
A century of Jacob Lawrence calls for celebration, with today marking what would have been the painter and storyteller’s 100th birthday.
Marie-Denise Douyon, a Canadian fine artist with Haitian roots, began a life of migratory journeys. Growing up in North Africa, first in Algeria and then Morocco, her unique childhood experiences were meshed with distinctive artistic expressions and multicultural identities, which shaped her into the artist she is today.