The Studio Museum in Harlem
40 Artists Set Their Sights on 2020
'20/20' is a collaborative exhibition between The Studio Museum in Harlem and the Carnegie Museum of Art
Kara Walker, Juliana Huxtable, and More Challenge False White Recordings of Black History
'Excerpt' at The Studio Museum in Harlem shows black artists rewriting their identities.
'Black Cowboy' Exhibition Reveals a Forgotten Part of US History
A new exhibition at The Studio Museum in Harlem challenges popular silver screen portrayals of the American cowboy.
Negative Energy Absorbers, Sound Sculptures, Framed Staircases, and Huts Invade Harlem
Four new sculptures explore blackness in Harlem's parks thanks to a new museum initiative called "inHarlem."
Enter the Realm of a Cosmic Black Utopia
'Kingdom Splurge' links black history to the present to envision a funk-inspired future.
Artists, Movements, and Exhibitions to Celebrate This Black History Month
February is as much about celebrating past accomplishments that form the foundations of black creativity as it is about claiming a black future.
A 'Constellation' of 26 Artists Represents the African Diaspora
The Studio Museum exhibition features artists from Melvin Edwards to Billie Zangewa.