AfriKin Art: Women Walk On Water
NORTH MIAMI, FL — After the resounding success of AfriKin Art: The
Gaze Africana that opened MLK Weekend through Black History Month 2023. AfriKin
Art and the North Miami Community Redevelopment Agency (NMCRA) are once again
collaborating to present their next installation, Women Walk on Water –
a contemporary fine art exhibition and call for the end of injustice and
violence against women and girls for Women’s History Month 2023, opens Sunday,
March 5th, 2023 through March 31st, 2023.
Exhibiting artists include: Aisha Tandiwe Bell – USA /Angéle Etoundi Essamba – Cameroon, Netherlands / Annick Duvivier – Haiti / Aziza Vanterpool – Sint Maarten / Camille Chedda – Jamaica / Carina Kemelmajer – Argentina / Emeline Delsaut – France / Gridliani Guzmán – Venezuela / Ines-Noor Chaqroun – Morocco / Ivette Mejia – Dominican Republic / Katrina Coombs –Jamaica / Khaula Naima Nuruddin – USA / Luna Korme – Somalia / Magui Delfino –Argentina / Mila Hajjar – Rome / Niki Lopez – USA / Oneika Russell – Jamaica / Perla Sofia Gonzalez – Cuba / Rita Odibi – Nigeria / Syamarani Dasi – USA / Tracy Ann Simmonds – USA
AfriKin Art: The Gaze Africana Exhibition
AfriKin Art in collaboration with the North Miami Community Redevelopment Agency (NMCRA) is proud to present, The Gaze Africana – a contemporary fine art exhibition of African excellence for Black History Month 2023.
Exhibiting artists include: Doba Afolabi – Nigeria / Greg Bailey – Jamaica / Kimani Beckford – Jamaica / Aisha Tandiwe Bell – USA / John Campbell – Jamaica / George Camille – Seychelles / Ines-Noor Chaqroun – Morocco / Camille Chedda – Jamaica / Katrina Coombs – Jamaica / Philippe Dodard – Haiti / Angèle Essamba Etoundi – Cameroon, Netherlands / Yrneh Gabon – Jamaica / Joaquin Gonzalez – Spain / Bayunga Kalieuka – Congo / Amore Kreative – USA / Niki Lopez – USA / Ricardo Lion Molina – Cuba / Ras Mosera – Sint Maarten / Oneika Russell – Jamaica / Carlos Salas – Colombia / Musah Swallah – Ghana.