Practice in Print: Kayode Ojo

For the inaugural feature and first issue of Studio to launch during inHarlem, I asked Kayode Ojo to think about Harlem in the broadest sense. Despite earning a BFA in photography at the School of Visual Arts in 2012, Ojo

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Profiles in Genius

For our 2017 issue of Studio, Communications Director Elizabeth Gwinn interviewed artists Dawoud Bey and Njideka Akunyili Crosby. Both artists are 2017 recipients of the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship, or “genius grant,” awarded annually to talented individuals who have shown extraordinary originality and dedication in their creative or intellectual pursuits. 

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Studio Magazine: Spring/Summer 2018!

Studio Spring/Summer 2018 is our biggest issue yet, with 128-pages full of art, culture, and member news. Studio’s thirty-first issue is loosely themed around Harlem, as both space and place.

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Elsewhere: Amy Sherald

 

Amy Sherald
May 11–August 19, 2018
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
camstl.org

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Luncheon 2018

Luncheon 2018 honored award-winning journalist and media personality Elaine Welteroth. During her time as Editor-in-Chief of Teen Vogue, Welteroth expanded the publication’s coverage to include feminist, social-justice, and political topics.

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April, Showers of Excitement and Success

This April, Expanding the Walls participants had our first meeting with curators from the Studio Museum.

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Give Us a Poem: Joshua Bennett

In January 2018, the Studio Museum and Dr.

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Elsewhere: Jack Whitten

Odyssey: Jack Whitten Sculpture, 1963–2016
April 22–July 29, 2018
Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore, MD
artbma.org

 

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Give Us a Poem: Marwa Helal

 

invasive species reflects on the consequences of synthetic apertures
Marwa Helal

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Tracing Existence

"Today, a new generation of artists are using their bodily presence as a form of art making and resistance, highlighting the marginalization and persecution that the black body has been subject to throughout history."

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Give Us a Poem: Chanice Hughes-Greenberg

April is National Poetry Month! Join Studio magazine in celebrating the ekphrastic poems written in response to artworks in The Studio Museum in Harlem's 2017–18 exhibition Fictions.

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Harlem Tour

Participants from Expanding the Walls recently took a tour around Harlem with architectural historian John Reddick. He showed us the architectural landscape of Harlem and pointed out that different buildings had remained the same for many years.

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