"The beauty is in the eye of the beholder..." is an adage old almost as time, coined by the society of Old Greeks - a culture that birthed many artists, philosophers, poets, and great scientists.
They used to immensely value art, and over the years, other societies accepted their values and treated art as something magnificent. However, in today's world, contemporary art has evolved into mass entertainment, a luxury good, a job description, and, for some, a form of alternative religion.
Did we lose the traditional views towards art, or are there just more people who started to enjoy art? Nevertheless, the beauty is in the eye of the beholder... except when beholders intentionally don't want to see the color black...
With The Brilliance of the Color Black, art historian, art collector, curator, and writer, Charles Moore, will take you on an exquisite journey through the world of Black artists who revolutionized the contemporary art scene and those who dedicated their lives to leaving a mark as a patron to these artists.
Through entertaining interviews and dialogues, Moore beautifully captures their essence and explores their quests for recognition in the world that tends to ostracize them despite their brilliance.
Picks up where The Black Market left off.
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