Palatable: Food and Contemporary Art Brunch Tour In Harlem

May 12, 2016

chef-jj-johnsonModerated by Hallie Ringle, curator The Studio Museum in Harlem.  This panel including Miguel Luciano, Hannah Bronfman, Anahi Angelone, and Chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson, will explore the complex intersections of food, community, and contemporary art. Celebrating the myriad ways that people represent themselves through food, this program engages food culture as a powerful lens through which people self-identify and understand themselves in relation to issues of politics, memory, heritage, race and culture. This brunch is followed by a tour featuring highlights from the Studio Museum exhibition, Palatable: Food and Contemporary Art.

BRUNCH includes an entrée, coffee and mimosa, panel discussion and an introductory tour featuring highlights from the Studio Museum exhibition.

Sunday, May 15, 11am

$45 per person // BUY TICKETS HERE 


(limited tickets available)

Angel of Harlem, 2272 Frederick Douglass Blvd at 122nd Street, New York, New York,


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