Prizm is a cutting-edge art fair that is multidisciplinary in scope. Our vision is to expand the spectrum of exhibiting international artists from the global African Diaspora and Emerging Markets. Our mission is to exhibit and celebrate the work of artists from Africa and the African Diaspora, who reflect global trends in contemporary art, through a series of cultural events which culminates in our annual curated fair held during Art Basel | Miami Beach, Prizm Art Fair.
Prizm presents its missions and a visual recap of it's second edition Fair in 2014.
Dr. Deborah Willis discusses her newly published book QuestionBridge: Black Males in America at Prizm 2015
Prizm Guests enjoying our Prizm Preview Opening at the Miami Center for Archtitecture and Design in 2014.
Guest Presenters Jason Fitzroy Jeffers, Kobena Mercer, Tigist Selam, Jefferson Pinder, and Deborah Willis at Prizm Art Fair 2015 as a part of our Prizm Panels Platform, a series of conversations & film screenings presented by leading thinkers and practitioners in contemporary African and African diaspora art.
Artist Amber Robles Gordon with her artworks and our guests Felicia and Blair Walker
Miami Artist T.Eliott Mansa with his artwork at the 2014 Prizm Preview at the Miami Center for Architecture and Design
Miami Artist Johnnie Bess with his artwork at the 2014 Prizm Preview at the Miami Center for Architecture and Design
Prizm Art Fair
Prizm Projects is an art space that seeks to support Miami’s community literacy of Global African Diaspora visual arts, aesthetics, and culture with yearlong programming which includes special exhibitions, talks with international and emerging artists, and thought leaders from various creative industries, including visual arts, curatorial practice, and design. Creative space and workshops will also be provided to harness creativity, artistic practice and creative entrepreneurship in the Miami community.
Prizm Projects will also facilitate a three-month artist in residency program that connects Miami’s contemporary artists with international contemporary artists from the global African Diaspora. The residency is rendered to encourage cross cultural exchange that builds a continuum international language.
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.