Bing Davis, seen here working in his Dayton studio, is one of five artists from across the country who has been selected to make the signature piece of artwork to honor Hall of Fame black jockey Isaac Murphy in the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden in Lexington, KY. Photo by Lisa Powell for Dayton Daily News.
Over the past few days the following items captured the attention of BlackArtistNews:
Trenton Doyle Hancock gives the Baltimore Contemporary Print Fair a fresh new look (Baltimore City Paper)
‘Memory Project’ characterized by diversity, compelling artwork, innovative programming (Alabama Live)
1st major solo show in Chicago for artist Rashid Johnson, whose work explores black identity (The Washington Post)