AHL Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting contemporary artists of Korean heritage, on February 15, 2024 – March 8, 2024, at the AHL Foundation, at 2605 Frederick Douglass Blvd. #C1, Harlem, NY.
Harlem’s Claire Oliver Gallery is pleased to present Reimagining Icons: Counter-Narratives and Histories Enriched, an exhibition created by Canadian curator Evlyne Laurin.
The New York Community Trust today announced nearly $10.1 million in grants to 64 nonprofits dedicated to improving the lives of New Yorkers and enhancing quality of life throughout the city and beyond.
Harlem’s Claire Oliver Gallery Presents BK Adams’ “Five Miles”: A Multilayered Exhibition of Symbolism and Inspiration.
Claire Oliver Gallery is pleased to announce the solo exhibition Remains by artist Adebunmi Gbadebo.
Claire Oliver Gallery in Central Harlem, NY, is pleased to announce When You See Them, You See Me, the debut solo exhibition by artist Robert Peterson.
Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series, the first Academy qualifying festival devoted to women filmmakers, recently announced their winners for their Micro-Budget Film Fellowship.
Claire Oliver Gallery announces the inaugural exhibition Who That Is? by artist Stan Squirewell, marking the artists’ debut at the gallery, on view March 25 – May 15, 2022.
Claire Oliver Gallery in Harlem is pleased to announce the artist Leonardo Benzant’s first solo presentation with the gallery, Across Seven Ruins & Redemptions Somo Kamarioka.
Claire Oliver Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibition Point of Contact at Untitled Miami, Booth C11, November 29 – December 4, 2021.
Claire Oliver Gallery is pleased to announce the gallery’s debut solo exhibition by photographer Jeffrey Henson Scales, In A Time of Panthers: The Lost Negatives.
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.
Harlem has always had a love affair with arts and culture, from Orson Welles Macbeth to the Harlem Renaissance. That’s why we love the annoucement today, Lavazza took another major step in its ongoing commitment to helping promote the arts and culture around the world with the announcement of a multi-year collaboration with the Peggy Guggenheim…
The Gish Prize Trust today announced that Thelma Golden, who as Director and Chief Curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem is internationally renowned as an advocate for and collaborator with generations of Black artists.
The Gish Prize Trust today announced that Thelma Golden, who as Director and Chief Curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem.