Black Cherry Magazine aims to promote black women and their artistic practices. We are dedicated to creating a space where our creative visions, passions, and ideas are documented and shared.

About The Founder

Photo by Donavon Smallwood

Tyla Pink is a Brooklyn-based communications professional, event planner, writer, and art enthusiast. 

She has experience working with clients such as The Bronx Museum, Felix Art Fair L.A, Rachel Comey, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Creative Time, and Red Bull Arts.

Tyla started Black Cherry because she wants to play a part in the creation of an art world that facilitates the growth of Black women creators. She has seen and experienced the obstacles that Black artists go through to build successful careers, and wants to create a space where these artists are uplifted, and where potential artists can find inspiration.

In her spare time she enjoys travel, listening to techno, strolling around the city, and eating Jamaican beef patties.

Send all inquiries to blackcherryzine@gmail.com