I will be out of the country between May 10th and June 4th, and so will not be shipping or open for visitors at the gallery. The Indigo Arts website will be active as always. I will respond to emails as soon as possible. I will be able to ship orders after June 4th, 2024.

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Twins Seven-Seven at Indigo Arts, 2004

Twins Seven-Seven Work at the Venice Biennale

The work of Twins Seven-Seven (Ijara, Nigeria, 1944 – 2011, Ibadan, Nigeria) is included in Foreigners Everywhere

Susanne Wenger (undated photo - c.1960s)

Susanne Wenger Work at the Venice Biennale

The work of Susanne Wenger (Graz, Austria, 1915– 2009, Osogbo, Nigeria) is included in Foreigners

Murat Brierre


Indigo Arts has loaned  sculptural works by Haitian artists Murat Brierre, Serge Jolimeau and Gabriel Bien-Aimé to this groundbreaking exhibition:

Open Studio 2023

Philadelphia Open Studio 2023

Indigo Arts Gallery opens its doors this weekend for Philadelphia's annual 

Frantz Zephirin.  Philadelphia, June, 2023

A Visit with Frantz Zephirin

Like many Haitian artists Frantz Zephirin has fond it virtually impossible to work in his homeland of Haiti during this experience of extreme gang violence.

Gabriel Bien-Aimé in his workshop in Sapotille, Carrefour, Haiti, c. 1980 (from Alain Foubert - Forgerons du Vodou)

An Appeal for Haitian Artist Gabriel Bien-Aimé

Please help us help Gabriel Bien-Aimé rebuild his workshop in Haiti and show his work next year.

Show sign at East Entrance, National Gallery of Art.

Georges Valris at the National Gallery of Art

The groundbreaking exhibition "Afro-Atlantic Histories" has just opened at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.

No. 145 from the Alphabete Bété (1990 - 1991) Frédéric Bruly Bouabré

"Frédéric Bruly Bouabré: World Unbound" at MOMA

The late Cõte d'Ivoire artist 

Indigo Arts (Virtually) at the 30th Outsider Art Fair

Indigo Arts will not have a physical booth at the Outsider Art Fair, but a selection of work is visible on the Online Viewing Room (OVR) at the

Crocodile Carnival Mask #2, unknown artist, 1989. ANTHONY H. FISHER/INDIGO ARTS GALLERY

Carnival Masks from Jacmel in the Atlas Obscura online