Art in the Atrium

As culture keepers, we are committed to celebrating and advancing Black culture. We support and invest in Black fine art and artists by giving them visibility and a creative space to breathe.


‘The Boss’ by Sid Blaize, “49x”59”, Acrylic on canvas, 2022

Art in the Atrium

Access to works by humanity’s most talented visual artists, from emergent to renowned

ATA @ Overlook Art Auxliary, "Art for the Heart and Soul"

November 4, 2023 – February 4, 2024

Overlook Hospital, 99 Beauvoir Rd., Summit, NJ

Visibility is Vital

Immerse yourself in unique Black perspectives


Art lovers, philanthropists with fine taste, and curators of culture, welcome to our connected community. Headquartered in Morristown, NJ, Art in the Atrium (ATA), is an Impact Institution, Black Talent Scout and Critically Acclaimed Exhibitor called to empower Black artists with amplification, advocacy and visibility. We’re so glad you’re here.

SAVIOR by Sid Blaize


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‘Savior’ by Sid Blaize, “28×33”, Acrylic on canvas, 2023
Skyscraper Mojo by Russell A. Murray


Celebrate Black Culture and History Through Sponsorships

‘Cointelpro’ by Serron Green, “36×36”, Mixed Medium collage, spray paint on canvas, 2020
In Search of Warmer Suns by Mansa K. Mussa


Explore Critically-Acclaimed Exhibits and Installations

‘Skyscraper Mojo’ by Russell A. Murray, Mixed Media, 2005

OUR STORY with ATA’s 2015 Featured Artist, Prominent Quilted Portraitist & the hottest Black Fine Artist today, Bisa Butler.

Why does black art matter? Never miss an opportunity, experience, exploration or understanding and breathe life into your human-centered worldview.

Access to works by humanity’s most talented visual artists, from emergent to renowned.


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