Frank Frazier

JUNE 2 - JUNE 16

Frank Frazier (b. 1943) is an Internationally recognized sculptor, painter, potter, and collage artist. He began his career at age seven creating paintings in his family’s home in Harlem. The inherent activist nature of his work stems from his formative years living in the Jim Crow South. As a loud voice in the civil rights movement and supporter of the diaspora, Frank has made a name for himself and has continued to push boundaries and inspire generations of black artists. His belief that “all artwork should deal with what’s going on in the universe at all times” ensures that his work remains continuously relevant and influential. His combination of materials and techniques takes reference and objects from his experience and travels. The inclusion of textiles, cowry shells, raffia, and other materials collected during his many trips to Africa fuses his political work with his pseudo-vernacular style. The stylized figures in his work related to the diaspora reference the visual and material culture of West Africa and are both familiar and foreign. Frank’s unyielding energy and dedication to art and political action keep him Having worked for over a half-century, we are honored to exhibit the work of such an accomplished artist.

FRANK FRAZIER

photography by Spencer Davis

Edmond  Pettus  Bridge

Civil Rights Shoe Polish Series

Shoe Polish and Ink on Paper, Framed

27 x 40 in.

$4500

Black  Panthers

Civil Rights Shoe Polish Series

Shoe Polish and Ink on Paper, Framed

27 x 40 in.

$4500

Leading  Ladies

Civil Rights Shoe Polish Series

Shoe Polish and Ink on Paper, Framed

27 x 40 in.

$4500

Hands  Up, 

Don''t  Shoot.

Civil Rights Shoe Polish Series

Shoe Polish and Ink on Paper, Framed

8 x 9 in.

$2500

This  Ain''t   No  God Damned  Mayflower

Civil Rights Shoe Polish Series

Shoe Polish and Ink on Paper, Framed

40 x 18 in.

$3000

SOLD 

Vision  in Black 

Jazz Band

That  Brother  Can

Sing Too

Sax  PlayinBrotha

Open Edition Jazz Series

Acrylic and Watercolor on Paper, Framed

24 x 30 in.

$5500

Open Edition Jazz Series

Acrylic and Watercolor on Paper, Framed

7 x 11 in.

$600

Open Edition Jazz Series

Acrylic and Watercolor on Paper, Framed

12 x 36 in.

$1500

SOLD 

SOLD 

SOLD 

SOLD 

Omari Series

SOLD 

SOLD 

Omari Series

That Sista  Can Sang

Mixed Media on Paper, Framed

52  x 18 in.

$5500

Mixed Media on Paper, Framed

52  x 18 in.

$5500

Open Edition Jazz Series

Acrylic and Watercolor on Paper, Framed

12 x 36 in.

$1500

A  Tribal  Collage

Aisha Series

Acrylic, Bronze, Textiles and Fibers, Framed  

10 x 13 in

$2500

Coloring  theSpirit

Faramond )Journey

Aisha Series

Watercolor & Ink on Paper

24 x 30 in.

$2500

Aisha Series

Acrylic, Bronze, Textiles and Fibers, Framed  

24 x 30 in

$5500

SOLD 

Ebony Black Family

Silver oxide glazed earthenware with sgraffito design

$3,700

SOLD 

Ebony Black Woman

Silver oxide glazed earthenware with sgraffito design

$3,700

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