In an unparalleled fusion of iconic artistry and sophisticated monochrome aesthetics, Blvck Paris is ecstatic to announce their collection featuring the artwork of the legendary Harlem fave artist, Keith Haring.
One of East Harlem’s most recognizable murals will be restored to its original glory more than 30 years after it was painted, according to reports.
By Councilperson Mark Levine A residential building which houses dozens of tenants and a mural by the iconic Keith Haring is in danger of being lost to our community.
Potentially NYC’s most famous mural, Keith Haring’s 1986 piece frames a handball court at 128th Street and 2nd Avenue, serving as a permanent reminder of a crack epidemic that crippled some of the city’s poorest neighborhoods.
Famed graffiti artist Keith Haring (1958-1990) painted this fanciful mural, located at East 128th Street and the Harlem River Drive, in 1986.
Roy T. Anderson, veteran movie and television stuntman, will premiere his award-winning documentary, African Redemption: The Life and Legacy of Marcus Garvey, at a free outdoor screening in Harlem, NY.
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 Studio Museum in Harlem today announced the online photography exhibition Between matter and memory: Expanding the Walls 2023.
NYC Health + Hospitals’ Arts in Medicine program today announced a new season of paint parties, where anyone can help paint murals using a “paint by numbers” format.
Today, the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund and NYC Health + Hospitals celebrated the publication of Healing Walls at NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem.
The Studio Museum in Harlem today announced the online photography exhibition Capturing the Echo: Expanding the Walls 2022.
The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in Morningside Heights in Harlem will light its columns in bright, beautiful rainbow colors in support of LGBTQ communities during Pride Month.
The Studio Museum in Harlem today announced the online photography exhibition What Have We Stopped Hiding?: Expanding the Walls 2021.
NYC Health + Hospitals’ Arts in Medicine program today announced the second group of artists that will lead community-based mural projects at 10 facilities.
Adweek reports that if you’ve walked across New York’s High Line during the past month you might have noticed a billboard from Absolut that read: “Look out: Slow walkers ahead.”