Michael D. Harris

Michael D. Harris is an artist, professor, scholar, and curator presently living in Atlanta.

As a scholar, Harris has published Colored Pictures: Race and Visual Representation(2003), and has contributed to or co-authored a number of publications. He has had articles on contemporary African art and African American art published in a number of books and journals. More


A Member Of

As an artist, Harris is known internationally as a member of the noted artist collective AfriCOBRA which was featured in a documentary film shown on TVLand (formerly Nick at Nite) in February 2011. He has exhibited all across the United States, Europe, and in Martinique and Haiti in the Caribbean.

(Pictured:  Front row: Frank Smith, Renee Stout, and Nelson Stevens; Top row: Napoleon Jones-Henderson, Michael Harris, Kevin Cole; Not pictured: Adger Cowans, Akili Ron Anderson, and James Phillips.)