BLACK ART IN AMERICA™
This month Black Art In America unveils The Portfolio: BAIA’s Holdings and Recent Acquisitions. An exhibit that highlights works recently included in BAIA Founders, Najee and Seteria Dorsey’s private collection. The exhibition also puts themed sections of available works of art in conversation with the founders private holdings—spurring dynamic discussions about community, coming of age, legacy and modernity.
Sections of the show dedicated to the Dorsey’s collection feature works by Alvin C. Hollingsworth, Larry Walker, Khalif Thompson, Kevin A. Williams, Brittany Leeanne Williams, Traci Mims, Marryam Moma and many more. Featuring works by artists both locally and abroad, this exhibit highlights the couple’s continued interest and support of the art ecosystem as collectors. With private holdings anchoring the show, this exhibit provides visitors with insight into what it means to build a significant art collection.
Give Us The Sun: Works by Traci Mims
Don't miss the opportunity to have an in-depth look at the important and mesmerizing works of Traci Mims.
Black Art in America Gallery (BAIA) is excited to announce exclusive representation and a solo exhibition of works by artist Traci Mims.
Mims is a multidisciplinary artist. Her works are an exploration of ‘social surrealism’ that often depict monumental figures and stories, Mims occasionally centers herself as a representative of both her community and the everywoman in her work. Using herself as a symbol to convey specific and relevant cultural narratives
Originally from St. Petersburg, Florida, Mims currently is an Atlanta based artist. A graduate of Florida A&M University (BA) and Tyler School of Art, Temple University (MFA). Mims recently won the prestigious Atlanta Biennial McCain award
Early Works by Najee Dorsey
This month at BAIA we take a journey into the formative years of Najee Dorsey and his Early Works.