Harlem

An Artist Who Built His Audience by the Side of the Road

3 days ago   |   NY Times

Otis Houston Jr. first attracted attention along a Manhattan highway. Now a gallery is showing his work at a major art fair.
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SHoP Architects Unveils Mixed-Use Tower and Museum of Civil Rights in Harlem

SHoP Architects Unveils Mixed-Use Tower and Museum of Civil Rights in Harlem

7 days ago   |   Arch Daily

Courtesy of SHoP Architects SHoP Architects has designed a new mixed-used development and tower that will also house the Museum of Civil Rights in West Harlem. Combined, the...
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Dawoud Bey's Images at the Whitney Museum Look Deep Into America's Past

8 days ago   |   NY Times

Dawoud Bey's images at the Whitney Museum expose rich histories hidden beneath the surface, how places evolve over time.
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Allon Schoener, 95, Dies; Curator Caught in Furor Over ‘Harlem' Show

14 days ago   |   NY Times

His “Harlem on My Mind” exhibit at the Met museum in 1969 drew protests for not including works by Black artists. But since then it's been reconsidered.
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‘I Wish I Got Pregnant in March!' Inside the Dance Baby Boom

16 days ago   |   NY Times

Many dancers have taken advantage of a byproduct of the pandemic - time away from performing - to try out a new role: motherhood.
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Black Rob, Rapper Known for His Hit Single ‘Whoa!,' Dies at 52

19 days ago   |   NY Times

A star for Bad Boy Records after the Notorious B.I.G.'s death, the rapper had a husky, seen-it-all voice even as a young man.
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Donald P. Ryder, Architect of Black Heritage Sites, Dies at 94

23 days ago   |   NY Times

He and J. Max Bond Jr. partnered in a firm whose designed included public works commemorating the civil rights movement and the Schomburg Center in Harlem.
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25 Free Performances Come to Bryant Park Starting in June

23 days ago   |   NY Times

The park will host events for live audiences of 200 with institutions including the New York Philharmonic, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Joe's Pub and the Classical Theater of Harlem.
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Harlem Is Gentrifying, but Black Women Still Have All the Power

1 month ago   |   NY Times

In Morgan Jerkins's “Caul Baby,” one family has the life-giving medicine every childbearing woman needs.
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He's a Murderer, a Stalker, a Creep - and an Entertaining Narrator

1 month ago   |   NY Times

Joe Goldberg, the psychopath we met in Caroline Kepnes's first novel, “You,” is back for a third time in “You Love Me,” and he's got a new obsession.
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

On The Sunny Side

On The Sunny Side

Saturday Leftover Day. Tom Sims was a comic strip writer who is known for little else than his stint as a writer on The Thimble Theater, the strip that was known for... Read more ...

"Green Roof"

"Green Roof"

This is my demo painting I did two days ago for my One-Day Zoom Workshop. It was another successful one. The feedbacks from my 3 Zoom workshops so far have approved that using... Read more ...

Gorgeous Sunset With Magical Statues Of Easter Island Chile Watercolor

Gorgeous Sunset With Magical Statues Of Easter Island Chile Watercolor

I was always fascinated by monumental statues of Easter Island, Chile. Here is the watercolor painting of a gorgeous sunset on Easter Island with their Moai Stones. This... Read more ...

The Art Party Circuit Comes Roaring Back at Frieze New York

But even Michael R. Bloomberg, whose name graces the building, got stuck outside the Shed until he provided the proper Covid documentation. Read more ...

Got Masks? Here's What to Do With Them

As more people are vaccinated and guidelines around mask wearing are easing, some are finding ways to preserve, repurpose and recycle their face coverings. Read more ...

Jake Tapper's Hero Is Embedded With the Rat Pack, Hoping to Catch a Rat

Tapper's new thriller, “The Devil May Dance,” plumbs the connections among Hollywood, the Mafia and the Kennedy administration. Read more ...

Trying to Imagine Post-Pandemic Life? Virginia Woolf and Toni Morrison Can Help

“To the Lighthouse” and “Beloved” suggest how to envision a world we might actually want to re-enter. Read more ...

Making a Collagraph from Mat Board with Acrylic Gloss Varnish

Making a Collagraph from Mat Board with Acrylic Gloss Varnish

This is a post from Belinda Del Pesco's Art Blog Belinda Del Pesco . Acrylic Gloss Varnish Sealer on Mat Board Collagraphs When you make a collagraph plate from mat board , the... Read more ...

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One Week Ago

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More experiments with reduction printing

More experiments with reduction printing

This is a 7 color reduction linocut print on japanese mulberry paper, roughly 9 x 11 in size. Below are each of the different colors as they were printed. Read more ...