This picture was taken outside the Studio Museum in Harlem, where admission is free on Sundays. It showcases artists of African descent and, when I visited, I saw a great exhibit by Kira Lynn Harris. With the use of chalk she reimagined The Block (1971), Romare Bearden’s iconic, six-panel, eighteen-foot-long collage depicting life in Harlem. Each wall of the exhibit was painted black and depicted 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. The neighborhood still has an appealing old-school feel, with brownstones and tree-lined meridiens.