Studio Museum in Harlem announces Spring 2013 Exhibitions and Projects

. March 30, 2013

The Studio Museum in Harlem comes alive this spring with the installation of seven new exhibitions and artists’ projects.

>David Hartt KioskDavid Hartt Kiosk, 2011 Courtesy the artist and Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago

Traveling to the Studio Museum from the MCA Chicago, David Hartt: Stray Light offers an intimate look inside the Johnson Publishing Company’s iconic former headquarters. Fred Wilson: Local Color, Assembly Required: Selections from the Permanent Collection, and Brothers and Sisters all feature highlights from the Studio Museum’s collection, including recently acquired classics, rarely seen masterworks and brand-new innovations. Ayé A. Aton: Space-Time Continuum and Mendi + Keith Obadike: American Cypher present focused looks at recent projects, while Harlem Postcards Spring 2013 continues the Museum’s signature project to bring fresh perspectives to the Harlem landscape. On view March 28 to June 30, 2013, these diverse presentations exemplify the Museum’s commitment to promoting and celebrating the wide range of artistic contributions of artists of African descent and work inspired and influenced by black culture. www.studiomuseum.org

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