Black artists are represented like never before at New York's spring sales next week after years of being overlooked and underappreciated, with several expected to set new records for their works.
During The Walk, as the four-month-long event is titled 'Little Amal' will travel from the Turkish-Syrian border in Gaziantep to Manchester, UK, to highlight the refugee crisis.
An oil painting by Pablo Picasso sold for $103.4 million at a Christie's auction in New York, smashing its presale estimate of $55 million.
In the centre of New York City's spring greenery, artist Maya Lin has installed the barren, brown trunks of 49 dead Atlantic White Cedar trees in a Manhattan park as a "Ghost Forest" to warn of the danger of climate change and the threat of rising sea water.
The artworks illustrate creativity through myriad of mediums by artists coming from different parts of the world. It is a tradition for ZeeArts to present a Ramadan Art Exhibition every year.
British street artist Nathan Murdoch contemplates the mural he has just spray-painted, a giant image of two hands wearing rainbow-coloured gloves and joined in prayer, then hurls a large dollop of white paint straight at it from an open tin.
Dots are everywhere - on buildings, trees, water and more - as Japanese avant-garde artist Yayoi Kusama brings her signature motif to the New York Botanical Garden.