144 W. 125th St

between Lenox Ave. and Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd

New York, NY

Neighborhood: Harlem


Contemporary art by African-American, Caribbean, and African artists is the focus of this small museum with a light-filled sculpture garden. Its changing exhibits have included "Black Artists and Abstraction" and "Africa Comics." Three artists in residence present their works each year.

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