Our intimate gathering allow for you to experience “in-studio” atmosphere with nationally recognized and exhibited multi-cultural artists. You are allowed access to ask questions and learn about their artistic practice, furthering your understanding of investment-level art and artists. Select rare pieces are also made available for sale during these invitation-only events.
The Supper Club is a multi-faceted art project by Elia Alba that brings together over 60 contemporary artists of color through portraiture and dialogue. Inspired by Vanity Fair Magazine’s annual “Hollywood Issue,” which showcases Hollywood’s biggest movie stars of that year, Alba photographs these artists in individual portraits and frames the artists as celebrities, transforming their identities into iconic, fantastical images.
A photography based artist, shared her series Black, 2012 a six piece diptych set that responds to the Trayvon Martin killing and trial.
Mequitta’s work has been exhibited throughout the U.S as well as in Paris, Brussels, Berlin, India and Dubai. In February, 2010, Mequitta was profiled as an “Artist to Watch” in ArtNews. Holland Cotter, art critic of the New York Times, in his “last chance” article on June 1, 2007, sighting Mequitta’s NY debut exhibition Encounters, stated “Referring to the artist’s African-American and East Indian background, the pictures turn marginality into a regal condition.”
A performance based artist out of Washington, D.C. took us through a journey of his Gullah culture and his work “Up to Here”