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Arnika Dawkins Gallery is devoted to presenting fine art from both emerging and established photographers, specializing in images by African Americans...

Band of Vices was founded in 2015 by veteran screen actor and prolific collector Terrell Tilford after his first gallery, Tilford Art Group in New Yor...

Located in Brooklyn, Dorsey’s Art Gallery is the oldest, continuously run, Black-owned and -operated art gallery in New York City. Founded by Lawrence...

At E&S Gallery in Louisville, Kentucky, Walter and Cathy Shannon present contemporary art alongside that of older generations.

Originally located in Park Slope, Essie Green Galleries opened its first exhibition on December 15, 1979. Since moving to Harlem’s Sugar Hill neighbor...

Galerie Myrtis is built on more than 30 years of art-world experience from founder Myrtis Bedolla. I

Like Sabree’s Gallery of the Arts in Savannah, Georgia, Gallery Chuma celebrates the creativity of the Gullah people—the descendants of enslaved Afric...

Kendra Jayne Patrick has run her eponymous, itinerant gallery program (previously known as Harrison) since 2018, primarily mounting shows at art space...

Founded in 1988 by wife-and-husband duo Garbo and Archie Hearne, Hearne Fine Art set out to bring greater visibility to the work of African American a...

Karen Jenkins-Johnson founded her namesake gallery in San Francisco in 1996, and over the years, she has turned it into a powerhouse within the Bay Ar...

Harlem-based Long Gallery has honed an ethos inspired by the art of its local community—from the photography of the Harlem Renaissance to the Studio M...

Karen and Sharon Mackey founded the Mackey Twins Art Gallery in 2004 in order to address the lack of representation and support for artists of color i...

Driven by a desire to explore “understated dialogues around black art,” in 2017, cultural producer and editor Stephanie Baptist turned her Brooklyn ap...

Reared in the gallery business and amid an extensive family art collection, Jumaane developed his innate appreciation and understanding for the interr...

Neema Gallery is Charleston's only art gallery exclusively featuring original art and jewelry by southern African-American artists.

Nous Tous is part gallery, part store, and part community event space, all packed into a colorful storefront in Los Angeles’s Chinatown neighborhood.

Beavers founded his gallery in 2007 in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, where he shows works by artists including the storied Black photogr...

Rush Arts Philadelphia opened in the city’s Logan neighborhood in 2016 with an exhibition that responded directly to recent and ongoing protest moveme...

Patricia Elaine Sabree started her eponymous Savannah gallery as an outlet and archive for artwork related to the Gullah culture native to the coastal...

September Gray Gallery represents artists of the African diaspora at all stages of their careers.

Established in 1992, Skoto Gallery was among the first spaces to specialize in representing contemporary African artists in New York City. Since then,...

Located in downtown New Orleans, Stella Jones Gallery was started by Dr. Stella Jones and her husband Harry in 1996. The gallery focuses on African Am...

New Orleans–based artist Terrance Osborne sells his vividly colored paintings through his eponymous gallery, located on Magazine Street near the city’...

Since the early 2000s, Set Free Richardson has run The Compound in the South Bronx, the creative agency where he works on campaigns for major brands a...

The gallery, started in 1987 by dealer Thelma Harris, accepts artists at any stage of their career, and features those working in painting, sculpture,...

ZuCot Gallery in historic Castleberry Hill, Atlanta, is the largest Black-owned gallery in the American Southeast. Taylor says that “the name of the g...
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