Afro Futuristic visual art is born of Rhythmism. Onli's shown to positive acclaim with Cool Globes, The Tubman Museum, MCA, New Museum of Contemporary Art, The Krannert Museum, OSUN, Younger Gallery, UIC, The DuSable Museum, Chicago Children's Museum, The FIAP in Paris, plus many publications, with his compelling future-primitif expressions which he termed as "Rhythmism" in the early 1970s. Educators, collectors, curators, critics, publishers and students are.. " Welcome!"
Installation series from ONLI STUDIOS presented at the DuSable Museum in Chicago.
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
These interpretations of the amazing, Afro-Future Rhythmistic character, Malcolm-10 were created in tribute to the 20th Anniversary of the launch of the Black Age movement by its creator, Turtel Onli.
The first appearance of Malcolm-10 was in a book by the same name, published by ONLI STUDIOS. It is a serious collector's item. This one is by the Black Age great, Professor John Jennings.