Auction To Help Fund New Harlem Art Museum

A group of prominent artists will donate pieces to benefit The Studio Museum in Harlem in its upcoming move to a brand-new facility, auction house Sotheby’s announced. Continue Reading →

Performa Will Honor Yoko Ono by Recreating Her Performance Art at Its Opening Night Gala

Art Net reports that legendary artist Yoko Ono will be honored at this year’s Performa gala, to be held on November 1, 2017, at a decommissioned Harlem church. Continue Reading →

“Untitled – Homeless Series,” 1999 By Rashid Johnson

art image amazonUntitled – Homeless Series, 1999 a great photo by Rashid Johnson, Rashid is a contemporary American photographer-artist. Johnson is a graduate of Columbia College in Chicago. His work is in major museum collections, including the Whitney Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, etc. Continue Reading →


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