This picture was taken outside the Studio Museum in Harlem. Harlem was my favorite part of NYC. While alot of people might feel more attracted to the sleek and stylish architecture, I really like the old school feel of Harlem. The brownstones and tree lined meridians help to protect classic New York.
My camera died a little before I entered the museum itself. But if your ever past 110th street check out the Studio Museum. I went on a Sunday which is free thanks to Target. I saw a great exhibit by Kira Lynn Harris. With the use of chalk she reimagines The Block (1971), Romare Bearden’s iconic, six-panel, eighteen-foot-long collage depicting life in Harlem. Each wall of the exhibit is painted black and depicts a panel of the original collage. Sitting on the bench placed in the center of the exhibition is a really great way to view the whole piece and go back to 1971 Harlem.