May 25, 2023

Working in the art world exposed Adefolakunmi Adenugba to the need for an art advisory focused on cultural stewardship of Black contemporary art. In 2018, she launched ISE-DA to cultivate a generation of Black art collectors, and since its founding, ISE-DA has worked with collectors and gallerists globally for advisory support. ISE-DA was selected as a cultural partner for Carnegie Hall’s city-wide Afrofuturism festival in 2022, and Adenugba herself has been a panelist in Miami Art Week and has been featured on PBS to explore the definition and activism of Afrofuturism

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