In this wonderful painting, I puzzle, is there life here that does not matter? Internationally collected artist Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) embraced a rainbow of humanity in his masterful works. How about a gay couple adopting a black child? Does only one life matter? More colorblind Diego Voci artworks to come..Stay tuned https://www.diegovociproject.com/
What the gallery says: “‘Renaissance: Noir’ investigates Blackness on the continuum of the historiographies of African American artists’ narratives that assert, individually and collectively, their state-of-mind and state-of-being Black. An existence of ‘double consciousness,’ as coined by W.E.B. DuBois, where one is constantly combating the ‘isms’—racism, colorism, sexism, capitalism, colonialism, escapism, and criticism—through the act of artistic activism. https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/renaissance-noir-at-uta-1885608
The Fairchild family members Cheryl and Dan, along with their son Brad each have at least one #Diego Voci #masterpiece! Today we feature Brad’s #Madonna as Part #4 of our trail to the birth of #Jesus on #Monday:
“Madonna” by Antonio Diego Voci (1920-1985) #113892, 31″ x 23″
Imagine finding a #treasure like Brad did online. Keep a lookout…a couple of thousand Diego oil paintings are scattered around the world. Our DVP team just found a treasure in #Lithuania. You never know where you’ll find your’s!
We’ve featured several of the Fairchild family #Diego Voci #Collection: