Black Fine Art Fair of Ohio

Art by Golden, Golden Galleries LLC is pleased to announce the inaugural Black Fine Art Fair of Ohio. This event is hosted by KBK Foundation and will take place November 11-14, 2021 at 345 E. Fifth Ave., Columbus, OH 43201. Join this curated selection of participating galleries showcasing legacy, established, mid-career and emerging contemporary artists. Artwork will be offered in a range of media from paintings, sculpture, photography, limited edition prints, mixed media, fiber arts as well as works on paper and sculpture.  All artwork will be available for sale.

The KBK Foundation is the beneficiary of this year’s fine art fair. The KBK Foundation is a non-profit organization that was founded with the mission of “Bridging Today’s Realities With Tomorrow’s Possibilities”. The Foundation empowers residents by assisting them to take significant strides toward self-sufficiency. 

Bearden, Romare, (Prologue to Troy, Before Troy)

Prologue to Troy, Before Troy by Romare Bearden

Featuring works by:

Charles White, Charly Palmer, Romare Bearden, Curlee Holton, Danny Simmons, David Driskell, Dean Mitchell, Elizabeth Catlett, Faith Ringgold, George Hunt, James Denmark, Kerry James Marshall, Kevin Cole, Kevin A. Williams, Khalif Thompson, Mason Archie, Larry Poncho Brown, Nelson Stevens, Paul Goodnight, Phyllis Stephens, Richard Mayhew, Richmond Barthe, Samella Lewis, Ted Ellis, Sam Gilliam, Najee Dorsey, Charles Bibbs, Mildred Thompson, Thomas Lockhart III, William Tolliver, William T. Williams, Kevin Johnson, Willie Cole etc…

 

Participating Galleries:

Art by Golden, Black Art In America Gallery, I am Art Wilson, Pigment International, Thelma Harris Art Gallery, WaterKolours Fine Art

Exhibition and Programming Schedule:

Thursday, Nov, 11, 2021, 6:30pm – 9pm, VIP Reception & Ribbon Cutting – 6:45pm

Friday, Nov, 12, 2021, 5pm – 9pm, Open to the public, Welcome remarks – 5:30pm

Saturday, Nov, 13, 2021, 12:30pm – 8pm

Lecture Series Part I:

  • Appraisals and Conservation
  • Portfolio Development
  • Black Art Gold Rush 
  • Legacy Collecting (Something Old, Something New)

Sunday, Nov, 14, 2021, 1pm – 6:30pm,

Lecture Series Part II:

  • Women in the Fine Art Movement
  • Legacy Collecting Continued (Something Old, Something New)

Tickets Here


For more information contact curator, Keith A. Golden at 303.907.9413 or by email at keithagolden@yahoo.com

Dorsey, Najee (This My Baldwin)

“This My Baldwin” by Najee Dorsey

Meet Keith A. Golden

Keith A. Golden directs the firm’s artist collection investment strategy. Started in 1992 as Art by Golden and later Golden Galleries, Keith’s passion for art education and investing has fueled requests for him to lecture, negotiate and curate collections and artist portfolios for maximum return. Keith is known nationally for delivering high quality, white glove service to clients’ art acquisitions, as well as talks and installations for corporations, museums and private clients.

He is a pioneer in African American Fine Art Publishing. An educator, investor and purveyor of African American Art with over 30 years’ experience, Keith is a graduate of Memphis State University (now University of Memphis) with a Bachelors in Criminal Justice and minor in English in 1989 and the Cecil C. Humphrey’s School of Law in 1992. When challenged with financing his education, he identified fellow creative track team members to monetize their talents thereby creating streams of income to mutually benefit students, clients and himself by selling their artwork. Before graduating from law school Keith began his legal career working for Brannon, Murrell & Associates in Memphis. Shortly after graduation he started a family and moved to Denver, Colorado establishing the Art by Golden/Golden Galleries brand.