The artists of Pigment International, the Black Fine Art Collective will host their Miami Reveal Part Deux at Miami’s premier contemporary art show Spectrum, December 4 – 8. Spectrum Miami is an upscale and urban curated contemporary art fair, now in its 9th year and located adjacent to Red Dot Miami inside the Mana Wynwood Convention Center. Produced by the Redwood Media Group it is one of the longest-running fairs during Miami Art Week. Pigment International will exhibit in Booth S614.

Exhibiting Pigment International artists include Paul Branton, Tyler Clark, Lesley Martinez, Angelica London, James Nelson, Raymond Thomas, Dana Todd Pope, Dwight White, and Eddie “Edo” White. Najee Dorsey of Black Art in America is also joining Pigment as a guest artist.

The artists will exhibit their current works alongside works created specifically for this year’s Miami Reveal.

“Pigment International is extremely proud to be returning to Miami for Art Miami/Art Basel where we will be exhibiting at one of the most prestigious contemporary art shows in the city,” said Pigment Founder Patricia Andrews-Keenan. “The range and depth of our artists work are a perfect complement to the Spectrum aesthetic.”