A wonderful feature by Huffington Post’s contributor Peter “Souleo” Wright shines a light on past-exhibiting artist Jamea Richmond-Edward’s work “Levitate.”
During a nerve-racking political climate there are plenty of artworks to distract your mind’s eye. But there are also pieces that can salve your consciousness by artistically exploring the complexities of social and personal issues. That’s why we asked Jessica Stafford Davis, founder of The Agora Culture, to select three contemporary artworks that can help us make sense of these times and significant topics such as race, womanhood, immigration, and family legacies.
Davis is in the unique position to offer insight as her multicultural arts initiative supports artists and collectors through residencies, educational programming, art dinners, salons, and her annual Martha’s Vineyard exhibition and fair, Art on the Vine.