VIDA x de Young – Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983

We are delighted to announce our latest partnership with the de Young Museum. Known for its thought provoking exhibitions, the de Young recently opened the internationally acclaimed exhibition, organized by Tate Modern, celebrating art made by Black artists during two pivotal decades when issues of race and identity dominated and defined both public and private discourse. The de Young’s presentation includes a focus on Bay Area artists whose work promoted personal and cultural pride, collective solidarity and empowerment, and political and social activism. 

The exhibit also features a collection of products featuring original art designed by VIDA artists. View a snapshot of the collection below and learn more about our featured artists honoring the incredible legacy of Black Power.

Sheila.J.Hall

Using color as a means of great expression

Tamika Barrow

Passionate about Expressive Abstract Art

Byootifulee Hueman

Uplifting & Empowering People of Color Through Art

The exhibit is open to the public until March 15th 2020 
Shop the collection at the museum store