Prizm 2021 “Point Of Contact”
Miami, FL – PRIZM Art Fair returns for its ninth edition, and second digital iteration of its fair dedicated to exhibiting international artists from the African Diaspora. Building on the successful launch of its digital platform in 2020, PRIZM 2021 returns online Nov. 30 to Dec. 19, 2021, to showcase the very best in painting, sculpture, drawing, mixed media and photography. Programming and exhibitions will be accessible online at www.prizm.art and Artsy.net.
Curated and organized by Founder and Director Mikhaile Solomon, the fair’s theme Points of Contact, addressesBlack Existentialism—challenging notions of Black identity and liberation reimagined through the works of 40 artists, from 15 different countries. Exhibiting galleries include: Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore, MD USA; KZNSA, Durban, South Africa; Morton Fine Art, Washington, D.C., USA; Ujaama Arts, Johannesburg, South Africa, and Waller Gallery, Baltimore, MD, USA along with Prizm’s curated special projects section featuring 30 artists including, Deborah Jack, Ajamu Kojo, Nyugen Smith, Jeffrey Kent, N. Masani Landfair, Napoleon Jones Henderson, Jared McGriff and many more.
As an extension to the fair, NFTs will make their debut at PRIZM offering a unique opportunity for collectors to purchase work through cryptocurrency from each exhibiting artist. PRIZM will be showcasing our artists’ works via our virtual show and will be linking one NFT per work of art as its digital certificate of authenticity. Buyers interested in purchasing works from this year’s show will purchase the NFT linked to it, providing artists with a way to ensure they receive royalties of secondary sales of the art. More details coming soon.
Prizm Panels Platform will be hosted in person and will be live streamed via Zoom and Facebook. Visit www.prizm.art for Panel Program updates and location in coming weeks leading up to Fair!
“end the beginning” triptych 2021 48 x 108 in Collage on archival board, N. Masani Landfair
Paper (aged plain and numbered paper from 60 to100 year old books) mirror, and glass.
This is a triptych. Each individual board is 3 x 4 feet.