“[T]his strengthens my commitment to black spatial justice,” Dyson said of the prize, awarded annually to artists of African descent.
Black Refractions: Highlights from the Studio Museum in Harlem first brings highlights from the iconic New York institution’s collection to the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco.
Can the terms of the art world really change from competitive creative genius to notions of collective power and proximity?
The Studio Museum director will discuss the influence of books on her life and career with author Kaitlyn Greenidge at the New York Public Library.
To commemorate the last days of its exhibition Fictions, the Studio Museum in Harlem has invited six contemporary poets to respond to the work on view.
An exhibition joins artworks from the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh and Studio Museum in Harlem. While an astute idea, there’s a sterility to this show that’s underpinned by an uninspired curation.
Despite her unorthodox path, Jamillah James has established herself as a curator to watch.
An exhibition at the Studio Museum in Harlem about organized protests asks if they can push us to recognize our shared humanity.
Betty not only opened doors, she built new doors — doors that, nearly 50 years later, remain permanently open in her students’ own backyard.
Jordan Casteel, EJ Hill, and Jibade-Khalil Huffman all use their work to explore the body, whether the subject’s, the artist’s, or the spectator’s.
The legendary curator Dorothy Miller first obtained a Richard Hunt sculpture for the Museum of Modern Art in 1957.
We should all be inspired by Alma Thomas’s optimism.