This virtual exhibition causes viewers to reach into their imaginations, as video and digital Artists Dahye Kim and Minne Atairu explore the relationship between art, daily life, space, and technology, evoking questions of “what if...?” What if we exchange, share, and imagine together, despite social-distancing?
On view September 24, 2020 - February 28, 2021 (new date) Advanced registration required The Uptown Triennial 2020 exhibition, the second iteration in the series, presents the work of contemporary artists in dialogue with the Harlem Renaissance—a defining moment in American modernism and African-American cultural history—during its centennial year. The Wallach Art Gallery is currently open to Columbia students, […]
In celebration of Black History Month, the galleries of the Interchuch Center preset Know Justice, Know Peace Photographs by Bob Gore from the protests in NYC, 2020 View online January 8 - February 25, 2021 In person visitors are welcome. No groups over 25 people. Masks, social distanceing, & temperature check are required. […]
HARLEM FINE ARTS SHOW AND CARTER BURDEN GALLERY ANNOUNCE NEW UNIQUE EXHIBITION BY OLDER PROFESSIONAL MULTICULTURAL NYC ARTISTS Art Breaking Boundaries A Multicultural Exhibit Works by 7 multicultural artists on exhibit virtually January 7 – February 3 Ademola Olugebefola, Donna Ladson, Al Johnson, Cheryl D. Miller, Earlene Cox, Elton Tucker, and Lazarus Tandi Thursday, January 7, […]