The Indigo Arts website has remained active over the last year and a half despite the widespread shutdowns due to the COVID-19 virus.   I have been able to resume regular operations.  I am able to pack and ship most orders within a few days.   Shipping times have increased during this period.  The gallery is open to visitors on an appointment only basis and according to city masking regulations.   Please phone or email ahead.  

Note:  USPS service remains very  slow.   I don't recommend it if you are in a hurry.   Please note also that USPS shipping estimates include little or no insurance, which we must charge separately.
Please stay safe!

News

POST 2021 (Philadelphia Open Studio Tours)

POST 2021 (Philadelphia Open Studio Tours)

Crocodile Carnival Mask

Haitian Art from the Rudi Stern Collection

Indigo Arts is honored to present a selection of Haitian sculpture from the collection of the late American multi-media artist and filmmaker, Rudi Stern.  

Gabriel Bien-Aimé at the International Folk Art Market

Haitian master steel-drum sculptor Gabriel Bien-Aimé attended the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe this July.

Gurupada Chitrakar in Santa Fe, 2006

Gurupada Chitrakar is Gone

Gurupada Chitrakar, one of the finest West Bengal scroll painters of his generation passed away on June 29, 2021,  as the delta variant of the the Covid-19 pandemic ravaged India.

Carlos Garcia Huergo

Film about Carlos Garcia Huergo

News of an artist featured in our 

The Slave Ship Brooks - Frantz Zephirin (Haiti, 2007), courtesy of Marcus Rediker

Black Lives Matter

This month I am not featuring any art that is for sale at Indigo Arts or noting museum and gallery shows of interest to me.  

Hand-drawn Shipibo Cloth (SHPC-73)

Working from Home!

Philadelphia has had a "Stay at Home" order since March 23rd, due to the COVID-19 virus.

Guyodo in the ruins of the Atis Rezistans community, March 2020.

Catastrophic fire in the "Grand Rue" Artists' Community in Haiti - and now COVID-19

With all the hardship and tragedy in the world right now, with the spread of the COVID-19 virus,  I will mention one tragedy, because most of you will not have heard of it, and it impacts several of our artists in Haiti.

"Extra O" sign  c. 1990s  Kumasi, Ghana oil and/or acrylic paint, wood panel Courtesy of Anthony Fisher – Indigo Arts Gallery

Extra 'O' African Barbershop and Hairdressing Signs at SFO Museum

Child in the Land of the Ancestors, date unknown, by Barbara Bullock (Courtesy of the artist)

Africa in the Arts of Philadelphia: Bullock, Searles, and Twins Seven-Seven at Woodmere Art Museum