Park Avenue Armory, Studio Museum In Harlem Team Up For UES Arts Symposium

The Studio Museum in Harlem, which is currently without a permanent location during the construction of its new 125th Street building, is teaming up with the Park Avenue Armory to hold a one-day art symposium on the Upper East Side. Continue Reading →

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Developer To Raze Former Studio Museum In Harlem Building

Artform reports that the Elizabeth Dee Gallery has announced that it is being pushed out of its Harlem location. The owner of the 2033/2037 Fifth Avenue space, which was the original home of the Studio Museum when it opened in 1968, has decided to demo the historic site. Continue Reading →

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First Look At H&M’s New Minimalist (& Possibly Harlem Chic) Line

We all know about the H&M store on 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., across from the Studio Museum In Harlem, so even though Arket hasn’t even opened yet, and it’s already causing a fashion frenzy. Continue Reading →

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MLK Day Free Admission At Studio Museum

The Studio Museum of Harlem is usually closed on Mondays, but this year, it’s opening its doors for Martin Luther King Jr. Day—and admission will be free. Continue Reading →

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SMH’s Thelma Golden Wins Bard Curatorial Award

thelma golden1Thelma Golden, the director and chief curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem, has been selected the winner of the 2016 Audrey Irmas Award for Curatorial Excellence. Continue Reading →

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Lorraine O’Grady Art Is… At The Studio Museum

ogrady_troupe_mbn_1983_20093_webOver the course of more than three decades, artist and cultural critic Lorraine O’Grady has won acclaim for her installations, performances and texts addressing the subjects of diaspora, hybridity and black female subjectivity. Continue Reading →

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