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Bradley Horner Nov 11
Absolutely worth the trip to 129th Street. at . Black Women in Art. Fascinating and beautiful.
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Nyasha Junior Nov 7
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Really excellent FREE NYC exhibit The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today
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Nyasha Junior Nov 7
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Greg Foster-Rice Jan 26
at Columbia University is a stunning, visually rich and very well-researched exhibition about black female subjectivity. Using a generous mix of paintings,…
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Corinna Zeltsman Jan 2
New Year’s NYC treat: ⁩ U galleries. Check it out this illuminating show if you can, and yes that is a pic of Dumas in the lower right.
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Rysz + Rysz Feb 21
In “,” curator Denise Murrell disrupts a historically pale narrative with an indispensable voice, giving powerful visibility to depictions of women of color. Read more:
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Identifying as tired. Jan 18
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HarlemOneStop.com Oct 26
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NoMAA Jan 11
Join on January 12th to learn and experiment with various drawing techniques.
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Fordham BLSA Feb 4
This Thursday with sidleyaustin
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- curtis wiley - Feb 9
at is FREE and open to the public and breathtaking! It closes February 10th so time is of the essence! PS: Wallach Art Gallery is in HARLEM!!! 129th & B’way! GO!
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Identifying as tired. Feb 13
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Kim Hébert Oct 15
“I saw [the black figure ] just as clearly as I saw the white prostitute. But to ignore her, to say nothing about her, to not acknowledge her presence, rendered her invisible.”
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Leon Morton Jan 20
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BrotherhoodSisterSol Jan 16
The education department at the Wallach Art Gallery facilitated a guided tour for members of Sister Sol. The exhibit focused on the black female figure in modern art from French painters Manet and Matisse to artists of today
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Shannon J. Effinger Oct 23
Catching the opening of later tonight!
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GothamToGo Jan 25
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92nd Street Y Oct 25
“In a very vivid way, [Elizabeth Colomba]’s trying to imagine the lived reality of the models who posed for Manet and Marie-Guillemine Benoist.” – Learn more 11/15:
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Nancy Giles Jul 14
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Thank you so much! We loved doing it and were so inspired by curator
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The Thing About France Jul 22
Coming up this Wednesday! An interview with the passionate and brilliant President of the , , on , controversial funding sources in the arts, the groundbreaking exhibition on the black model / & more!
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