The Dorsey’s Black Art In America Collection at Houston Museum of African American Culture
February 23rd – April 28th, 2019
Najee and Seteria Dorsey will celebrate 25 years of marriage August 4th, 2019 and over that time they have cultivated a passion for collecting art and objects of cultural and aesthetic value which has resulted in the international brand of Black Art In America. Black Art In America (BAIA) is the leading online portal and multi faceted media company focused on African-American Art run by Najee Dorsey, the Founder and CEO and Seteria Dorsey, the CFO. The Dorsey’s collection to date consist of over 400 works in various mediums and genres by both legacy and leading contemporary artists. Their passion is fueled as a result from being artists themselves with Najee being a nationally renowned and museum collected artist however the Dorsey’s are also fine art patrons, producers and arts activist.
Join us at the Houston Museum of African American Culture as the Dorsey’s exhibit a selection of works from their collection focused on contemporary artists creating over the last decade for the first time ever.
Exhibiting works by:
Najjar Abdul-Musawwir, Ebenezer Akinola, Gwen Aqui-Brooks, Mason Archie, Lavett Ballard, Jamaal Barber, Bo Bartlett, Elizabeth Catlett, Kevin Cole, Charles Criner, Louis Delsarte, Ernani DeSilva, Fire and Jorge Cruxent, Najee Dorsey, Tina Dunkley, Frank Frazier, Paul Goodnight, Michael D. Harris, George Hunt, Candace Hunter, Mr. Imagination, Ronald Jackson, Stefanie Jackson, Frederick D. Jones, Carl Juste, Gerald Lovell, Tamara Natalie Madden, Kerry James Marshall, Delita Martin, Robert McKnight, Woodrow Nash, Joyce Owens, Charly Palmer, DeSande R, James Drew Richardson, Faith Ringgold, Gale Fulton Ross, Danny Simmons, Beverly Smith, James Taylor and Carl Joe Williams.