Red, Yellow, BrownCirque d'hiverRice CakePowerBuildBlack RiverNow It’s To LateJason WuFriends between mangroves I; Friends between mangroves I (traces)So LowNever Had A Fighting ChancePraxis-X-2Spirit of '76Colour me seriesBoys to Men (Spread My Wings)We're All Gonna Go (Greeks on Sadness, Happiness, and Liberation)New WallsFlightLament pieces: Lament IVSérie Once Removed, Lap 1-2-3
Red, Yellow, BrownCirque d'hiverRice CakePowerBuildBlack RiverNow It’s To LateJason WuFriends between mangroves I; Friends between mangroves I (traces)So LowNever Had A Fighting ChancePraxis-X-2Spirit of '76Colour me seriesBoys to Men (Spread My Wings)We're All Gonna Go (Greeks on Sadness, Happiness, and Liberation)New WallsFlightLament pieces: Lament IVSérie Once Removed, Lap 1-2-3

Curator Picks: Artists to Celebrate This Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month 2019, Artsy asked curators Legacy Russell, Larry Ossei-Mensah, Zoe Whitley, and Ashley James to share inspiring artists from Africa and the African Diaspora. Below, discover the painters, sculptors, designers, and performance artists beloved by these influential curators, from the 20th-century woodcarver Elijah Pierce to the masterful contemporary figurative painter Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. For more, explore each curator’s takeover of Artsy’s Instagram throughout the month of February.

This is based on the artwork’s average dimension.