Israel's Transformative Black Artists (9781735170831)
Israel's Transformative Black Artists is a book about 7 Ethiopian Jewish artists and their work. These artists practice and participate in Judaism, live in Israel (or at some point did), and create beautiful paintings, drawings, photographs, and graphic designs.
Publisher: Petite Ivy Press (12/18/2020)
Paperback: 94 pages
Item Weight: 0.29lbs
Dimensions: 8.00h x 5.00w x 0.26d
About the Author
Moore, Charles: - Charles Moore is an art historian, art collector, author, and doctoral student at Columbia University's Teachers College. He writes on the economics of art and contemporary artists for publications as diverse as Artnet, Artsy, Cultured Magazine, Juxtapoz Magazine and Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine. He has received numerous awards for his work, including the Titus & Venus Legacy award from Harvard University's Black Grad Association, and the Artis curatorial grant, in collaboration with the International Studio & Curatorial program, for his work on contemporary artists in Israel. His first book, The Black Market, explores ideas around art collecting by Black art collectors.