UntitledRumors of WarNumbers and Trees, Tiergarten Series 3: Tree #6, September, 2018RecitalsUntitled ( Handsome Young Man)The New Negro Escapist Social and Athletic PartUntitled (Woman)The Sunflowers Quilting Bee at ArlesUntitled #2 (Orlando series)AnthologyNumbers and Trees: Palm Canyon, Palm Trees Series 2, Tree #7, MissionPride of PlaceRed Kennedy CrashBlow-Up II (Armory)SadhakaNumbers and Trees: Assorted Trees #1, Red TreesFaces at the Bottom of the WellMiss China SilkLearn, Baby, Learn (multi on red)Come down from the cross
UntitledRumors of WarNumbers and Trees, Tiergarten Series 3: Tree #6, September, 2018RecitalsUntitled ( Handsome Young Man)The New Negro Escapist Social and Athletic PartUntitled (Woman)The Sunflowers Quilting Bee at ArlesUntitled #2 (Orlando series)AnthologyNumbers and Trees: Palm Canyon, Palm Trees Series 2, Tree #7, MissionPride of PlaceRed Kennedy CrashBlow-Up II (Armory)SadhakaNumbers and Trees: Assorted Trees #1, Red TreesFaces at the Bottom of the WellMiss China SilkLearn, Baby, Learn (multi on red)Come down from the cross

The Most Influential Living African American Artists

While it’s impossible to capture the full impact that African American artists have on contemporary art, Artsy Editorial asked prominent art historians and curators to reflect on 20 living African American artists who are making a mark on painting, photography, performance, and sculpture. Below, discover available works by these artists and more, including groundbreaking drape paintings by Sam Gilliam, lush photography and collage by Mickalene Thomas, and masterful portraits by Kehinde Wiley.

This is based on the artwork’s average dimension.