The Nubian Dancer

A beautiful water color painting in the realism style. Inspired by Nubian dancers who adorn their bodies before performing.

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Title: The Nubian Dancer

Artist: Densua Abayoni

Medium: Water Color


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We are a Boutique and Gallery where you’ll find a wonderful and unique variety of one-of-a-kind creations from various disciplines from the Motherland and the Diaspora. We also carry Fine Art originals, Limited Edition prints, Designer Art-to-Wear Garments, Unique Hand Crafted Jewelry, African Masks, Carvings, Statues, Shona Stone Carvings, Designer Dolls, and home decor accessories.

We have selected a wonderful and unique variety of one-of-a-kind creations from various disciplines from the Motherland and the Diaspora for your enjoyment You’ll find: One-Of-A-Kind Fine Art Originals and Limited Edition Prints Designer Art-To-Wear Garments Unique Hand Crafted Jewelry African Masks, Carvings, And Statues Shona Stone Carvings Designer Dolls & Home and Office Accessories

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NOMA Presents: “Lina Iris Viktor: A Haven. A Hell. A Dream Deferred.”
Lina Iris Viktor's first major museum exhibit will be on display at NOMA from October 5th through January 6th.


The phenomenal and thriving artist Lina Iris Viktor will present her first major museum exhibit at The New Orleans Museum of Art, opening this fall. Titled Lina Iris Viktor: A Haven. A Hell. A Dream Deferred, the installation will be on display from October 5th, 2018 through January 6th, 2019.

A Haven. A Hell. A Dream Deferred will feature an entirely new body of work created by Viktor that investigates the narratives surrounding America’s involvement in the founding of Liberia. Throughout the exhibit, the artist reimagines the rich history of Liberia’s colonial past. “Liberia appears in Viktor’s re-imagining as a kind of paradise lost, and as a cautionary tale,” said Allison Young, an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow of Contemporary Art. “At the same time, her work transcends this narrative, revealing how examples of visual culture—from Dutch Wax fabrics to national emblems to gestures in the history of portraiture—exist as remnants of these colonial histories.”

Based in New York, the British-Liberian artist is highly known for her luxurious large-scale paintings and installations that are adorned with gold and include references to both modern and traditional West African culture.

“NOMA is pleased to present Lina Iris Viktor’s exhibition, and to foreground a lesser-known history of which the American South was a part,” said Susan Taylor, NOMA’s Montine McDaniel Freeman Director. “In this series, Viktor offers her unique perspective on a complex and multifaceted history.”

Programs related to the exhibition feature conversations led by Lina Iris Viktor and Allison Young, a film series, and a special talk with Viktor and curator Renée Mussai. For more information, please visit NOMA READ MORE........