Friday, March 30, 2012 at 10:19PM
The Studio Museum in Harlem has several exciting exhibitions this spring. From their press release:
This spring, The Studio Museum in Harlem hosts a dynamic group of exhibitions and projects featuring work by over forty artists of African descent. Shift: Projects | Perspectives | Directions will include seven discrete installations of new and historical work, ranging from iconic mid-century work by Romare Bearden and Norman Lewis to brand new work created to celebrate the centennial of Bearden’s birth. Ralph Lemon: 1856 Cessna Road documents an artistic collaboration between movement artist Ralph Lemon and Walter Carter, the oldest man in Little Yazoo, Mississippi, while the latest installment of Harlem Postcards offers new perspectives on the iconic neighborhood. These exhibitions will be on view March 29 May 27, 2012, along with the continuing exhibitions Kira Lynn Harris: The Block | Bellona and Who, What, Wear: Selections from the Permanent Collection.
For more information, go here: http://www.studiomuseum.org/visit