The young photographers in the Studio Museum’s Expanding the Walls residency will debut their new works in an online show coinciding with the program’s 20th anniversary.
The open studios event offers a rare opportunity to see works in progress by E. Jane, Naudline Pierre, and Elliot Reed before their upcoming exhibition at MoMA PS1.
Hamilton’s immersive installation allows visitors to wrestle with a mysterious land, its racial realities, and its mythic past.
A public sculpture series curated by the Studio Museum in Harlem showcases work by artists who have strong connections to the area.
The photographs and videos in Black Cowboy at the Studio Museum show images of nonwhite cowboys, bringing Americana in line with historical accuracy.
Like a Choose Your Own Adventure story or a game of Mad Libs, the elliptical title of Lorraine O’Grady’s 1983 performance piece, “Art Is…,” creates space, playful and inviting, for structured audience participation.
“You know, Sun Ra is a formative figure for many young artists,” Georg Schöllhammer, Vienna director of the curatorial collective Tranzit, avowed to me recently on the fifth floor of the New Museum.