Swann Galleries’ Thursday, October 8, 2022, sale of African American Art offers a selection of the best in the genre as the house marks its 15th year of dedicated auctions to work by African American and Black artists.
By Stephanie Woods The Studio Museum in Harlem and AFA -American Federation of Arts, have begun a national tour.
It is not often that such a heady cadre of talent comes together to take on one of the world’s most pressing humanitarian issues—access to safe water—but that is just what is happening this week at Phillips in New York.
A group of prominent artists will donate pieces to benefit The Studio Museum in Harlem in its upcoming move to a brand-new facility, auction house Sotheby’s announced.
On Tuesday, December 15, Swann Galleries’ will offer African-American Fine Art, featuring a newly re-discovered Norman Lewis painting, an important early-career modernist painting by Romare Bearden, and what is believed to be the first painting by Elizabeth Catlett to come to auction.
Last night, singer/songwriter Harlem lady Alicia Keys, Glenn Ligon and Thelma Golden (above) from the Studio Museum in Harlem were guests of honor at The Gordon Parks Centennial Gala.
By Walter Rutledge The Bearden Project In honor of the centennial celebration of Romare Bearden‘s birth, the Studio Museum in Harlem is inviting one hundred artists to create new works of art inspired, influenced, or informed by the life, work, and legacy of one of the most important artists of the twentieth Century.
The Studio Museum in Harlem’s new initiative, “Find Art Here,” is displaying reproductions of works from its collection throughout Harlem’s public schools, libraries, and service centers, reports Artnews.