Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling is presenting two fall exhibitions: MVP: A Selection of Sculptures From Melvin Van Peebles’s Blue Room and the group exhibit Combinations, both curated by Damien Davis and Alaina Simone.
Leading Young Friends of Save Venice into a new era of charitable giving is philanthropist and activist Lizzie da Trindade-Asher who chaired Let’s Spritz! at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in midtown, NY.
The Studio Museum in Harlem will receive 400 artworks by a “multigenerational who’s who of artists of African descent,” in a gift made by the late art collector and civil rights activist Peggy Cooper Cafritz, museum officials announced.
LaToya Ruby Frazier’s Artworks on Display at GBE in Harlem Since becoming a recipient of a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship in 2015, LaToya Ruby Frazier has been the subject of numerous solo presentations of her work in recent exhibitions in Brooklyn, NY, New York, NY, Seattle, WA, Boston, MA and Pittsburgh, PA to name a few.
The Countee Cullen Branch, The New York Public Library located on 104 West 136 St hosted the works of NCA members and guest artist presenters to explore and display the themes of “Memories & Reflections”.
artnet News reported that billionaire art collector William Louis-Dreyfus is selling off his massive, 3,500-work collection piece by piece in order to donate the proceeds to the Harlem Children’s Zone, a non-profit organization.
El Museo del Barrio is excited to reveal a new section, ‘Craft Crossroads’, and a new artist spotlight, ‘Pepón Osorio’, debuting this week in Something Beautiful: Reframing La Colección.
We have a particular place in our hearts for our dogs because they complete us with happiness, company, and unconditional love.
Harlem’s Claire Oliver Gallery proudly announces We Speak of Rivers, a solo exhibition created by artist Stan Squirewell featuring 15 large-scale multi-media artworks.
Disposing of an old car is a situation many people have faced at some point.
Upon initial observation, Harlem, a buzzing enclave within New York City, and Sydney, Australia’s radiant coastal hub, may appear to exist in entirely different realms.
The city that never sleeps, New York City, is an epicenter of culture, history, and countless unique experiences.
Even prior to her involvement with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, curator Denise Murrell had been envisioning an exhibition that would honor the Harlem Renaissance.
Aaron Douglas. May 26, 1899 – February 2, 1979, was a Harlem-based painter, illustrator, and visual arts educator working during the Harlem Renaissance.
Harlem’s Claire Oliver Gallery Presents BK Adams’ “Five Miles”: A Multilayered Exhibition of Symbolism and Inspiration.