Collection Visit: Marilyn Nance

Trained in film and photography, Nance creates works that investigate and celebrate African and African-American history and life.

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Studio Visit: Andy Robert

As Andy Robert finishes his residency and prepares for the culminating exhibition We Go as They at the Studio Museum, he reflects on how this experience will continue to shape his practice.

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Studio Visit: Julia Phillips

Julia Phillips’s practice draws from personal space, memory, and subconscious desire, from which she creates tools that relate to the body. Each of her sculptures is an imagined tool, with a title describing the function of the object as well as its potential user.

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2016–17 Artists in Residence: Autumn Knight, Julia Phillips and Andy Robert

A core component of The Studio Museum in Harlem's mission and history, the Artist-in-Residence program provides each artist with studio space, a stipend and the opportunity to exhibit at the end of the eleven-month residency.

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EJ Hill’s "A Monumental Offering of Potential Energy"

At The Studio Museum in Harlem, performance artist EJ Hill lays on a low rectangular platform. Behind him is a model roller coaster adorned with purple neon lights.

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Marvelous Dandies: Allison Janae Hamilton presents her foppish subjects in lush landscapes

When I look at the new work of Harlem-based photographer Allison Hamilton, a series entitled "Kingdom of the Marvelous," counterintuitively I think about the folkloric tale of John Henry, the legendary steel driver who tried to prove his worth by successfully outpacing an industr

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We Made a Zine!: AIR Kamau Amu Patton Collaborates with ETW Students

Recently, I facilitated a workshop with the museum’s Expanding the Walls Youth Program. Totally fun! Thank you to all the students who participated.

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