Opening And Afterparty Celebrating Rashaad Newsome’s Show At The Studio Museum In Harlem

March 26, 2016

Racquel-Chevremont-and-Mickalene-Thomas-6777_n_photo-by-Kolin-MendezRashaad Newsome’s solo exhibition “This Is What I Want To See” opened at the Studio Museum in Harlem on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. Michael-Chuapoco-and-Derrick-Adams-left-to-right-5458_nA afterparty, hosted by Long Gallery Harlem and sponsored by Bacardi, followed at Harlem’s new Caribbean haunt, Solomon & Kuff, with performances by Kevin JZ Prodigy, DonChristian, and Cakes Da Killa.

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Photo credit: 1) Racquel Chevremont and Mickalene Thomas at the after party for Rashaad Newsome’s opening at the Studio Museum Harlem. 2) Michael Chuapoco and Derrick Adams at the after party for Rashaad Newsome’s opening at the Studio Museum Harlem. 3) Jamel Prodigy (1st row), Zenabu Abubakari, Justin Monster LaBeija, Twiggy Prada (2nd row left to right), Shireen Mizrahi, Jordan Mizrahi, Jerome Williams, Omari Mizrahi, and Rashaad Newsome (3rd row left to right) at the after party for Newsome’s opening at the Studio Museum Harlem. All photos by Kolin Mendez.

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