It’s about that time of year again! Across from the street from the Empire State Building, The National Black Fine Art Show will kick off in Manhattan for its annual exquisite exhibition of fine, abstract and beautiful art. This show features 40 of the world’s best art dealers as they display work by 19th – 21st century artists as well as emerging, contemporary painters. Photography, sculpture, and mixed media exhibitions will also be among the vast array of art on display.

The show takes place from February 13th-15th. Prices and directions to the event are listed here. So don’t miss this opportunity to peruse, marvel and purchase your piece of world history from some of the world’s best artists and creative minds!

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  • Lish

    sooooooooooooo excited

  • I hope the artists get a lot of sales. When people buy art by artists who are black, they help to preserve and protect
    the history of a neglected creative segment of art America.
    The Black American artist has always had an uphill climb in the world of art.
    I wish all of the participants good fortune.

    Bob Ragland

    See NPR.org/BobRagland-12-27-2008