The Studio Museum of Harlem was great. They had an exhibit of contemporary artists, and photographs by the great Gordon Parks, on a series he did of a Harlem Family in 1967. Not every piece of the contemporary artist was immediately accessible, but the photographs by Gordon Parks were incredibly moving and gave a face to the challenges associated with being poor in the US, then and now. The exhibit on Postcards from Harlem captured past and present photographs of history of individuals, institutions and public art in Harlem. We were rushed, but if we had had more time I would have loved to spend it in their great gift shop, filled with books of prior exhibits and art. We got lucky, because they have free admission on Sundays, thanks to Target, though we happily would pay to return.
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