Exhibited Artists

Calabar Gallery featured work that deals with the complexities of the African experience. Based in Harlem, work featured is inspired and influenced by black African culture globally with a focus on dynamic ideas about art and society. We feature artists and art projects that instigate dialogue, build communities, bolster local and global economies, and further social innovation.

Alexandre Kyungu’s ABC
February 21–April 13, 2019
Beverly Hills

Alexandre Kyungu’s ABC
February 21–April 13, 2019
Beverly Hills

Alexandre Kyungu’s ABC
February 21–April 13, 2019
Beverly Hills

Alexandre Kyungu’s ABC
February 21–April 13, 2019
Beverly Hills

Calabar Gallery has exhibited the following artists over the years. These artists are based locally, regionally, nationally and globally.

Mecca Alim, Burns Effiom, Ibou Ndoye, Beatrice Lebreton, Jimmy James Greene, Ify Chiejina, Robert Daniels, Jamilla Okubo, Faustin Adeniran, Anoa Kanu, Doba Afolabi, Taeesha Muhammad, Marcia Wilson, Bisa Wendy Washington, Wilhelmina Obatala Grant, Fally Sène Sow, Serge Diakota Mabilama, Nancy Mteki, Sikhumbuzo Makandula, Henri Abraham Guirma, Tania L. Balan-Gaubert, Elvira Clayton, Ahmed Tijay Mohammed, Ida Owens, Rhonda Gray, Rehema Chachage, Anthony Olubunmi Akinbola, Mukhtara Yusuf, Joyce Morrow Jones, Sokari Ekine, and Nico Phooko.