“Contemporary Africana culture, music, dance, art, and film, represents some of the world’s most spirited, aesthetic, and inspiring popular culture.”
Ludlow Bailey, a curator of culture as art, art broker, writer, and art advisor, is extremely passionate about contemporary global African Diaspora culture. Currently Managing Director of Contemporary African Diaspora Art (CADA), a multi-media platform designed to present and promote the visual art culture of the African Diaspora. Mr. Bailey has travelled extensively throughout the African Diaspora and is considered one of the leading experts on Contemporary African Diaspora Art. He is currently working as an art advisor with some of the most important museums, galleries, and private collections in London, New York, Paris, Chicago, Cape Town, Washington, D.C, Lagos, Accra, and the Caribbean. Mr. Bailey regularly attends many of the world’s leading art fairs and museums. He has curated 55 visual art shows in the last decade.
Mr. Bailey was educated at Brown University, Harvard University, Columbia University, The American Classical School in Rome, The University of Dakar, The University of Ghana, and the American University in Cairo, Egypt.