Archived shows at Studio Museum in Harlem:

Marc Andre Robinson: Twice Told Black: Color, Material, Concept Lorraine O’Grady: Art Is… A Constellation Lorraine O’Grad: Art Is…/One Stop Down Expanding the Walls 2015 Stanley Whitney: Dance the Orange and Everything, Everyday Artists in Residence 2014–15 Trenton Doyle Hancock: Skin and Bones, 20 Years of Drawing Speaking of People: Ebony, Jet and Contemporary Art Material Histories : Artists in Residence 2013–14 Charles Gaines : Gridwork 1974–1989 Carrie Mae Weems : The Museum Series “Video Studio: Long Takes: Janaye Brown and Simone Bailey” “Body Language: Selections from the Permanent Collection” “No Filter: Expanding the Walls 2013” “Things in Themselves: Steffani Jemison, Jennifer Packer and Cullen Washington Jr.” “Robert Pruitt: Women” Artist Talk: Melvin Edwards in Conversation with Naima J. Keith Harlem Postcards Spring 2013 Brothers and Sisters Ayé A. Aton: Space-Time Continuum Fred Wilson: Local Color David Hartt: Stray Light Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967 Fore Caribbean Crossroads of the World The Bearden Project Summer 2012 Harlem Postcards Fall/Winter 11-12 Who, What Wear: Selections from the Permanent Collection Collected. Ritual (From Permanent Collection) Robin Rhode: Parabolic Bike (VideoStudio) Kira Lynn Harris: The Block | Bellona Romare Bearden: The Bearden Project EMMA AMOS in conversation with LAUREN HAYNES, Assistant Curator LYLE ASHTON HARRIS in conversation with his “Chocolate Polaroid” sitters Spiral: Perspectives on an African-American Art Collective/Evidence of Accumulation: Artists in Residence 2010-11: Simone Leigh, Kamau Amu Patton, Paul Mpagi Sepuya/Lyle Ashton Harris: Self/Portrait/ as it is, as it could be: Expanding the Walls Sculpted, Etched and Cut – Metal Works from the Permanent Collection Benjamin Patterson: In the State of FLUX/us: Scores Stephen Burks: Man Made Video Studio: Changing Same Mark Bradford: Alphabet Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Any Number of Preoccupations Zwelethu Mthetwa: Inner Views Usable Pasts Videostudio: New Work From France Harlem Postcards Collected: Reflections on the Permanent Collection