Tomorrow (1/4): Jacolby Satterwhite!
In a series of live performances throughout the Museum, Jacolby Satterwhite activates his new work Reifying Desire: Model It
(2012). Adorned in a silver full-body latex catsuit, Satterwhite dances and poses for several hours, giving conceptual depth to the Reifying Desire
installation. No RSVP necessary!
Reifying Desire: Model It
Friday, January 4, 5–8pm
Friday, February 1, 5–8pm
Friday, February 22, 4–7pm
Featured! Thursday, January 10, 7pm
The Artist's Voice: Mythical Creatures and Cultural Resistance
Assistant Curator Lauren Haynes, co-organizer of Fore
, speaks with Firelei Báez, Caitlin Cherry and Yashua Klos about their participation in the exhibition and their mutual fascination with the space between reality and fantasy. Learn more and RSVP
Thursday, January 24, 7pm
Intersections: Gordon Parks
Thelma Golden and Glenn Ligon in Conversation
The Studio Museum celebrates the Gordon Parks centennial year with a conversation between Director and Chief Curator Thelma Golden and artist Glenn Ligon. The conversation illuminates two centennial exhibitions: Contact: Gordon Parks, Ralph Ellison and “Invisible Man,”
which was presented at Howard Greenberg Gallery from September 14 to October 27, 2012 and Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967
, on view at the Studio Museum through March 10, 2013. This program is free with Museum admission but advance ticket reservation is advised. Tickets will be available beginning Monday, January 7 at 2pm. Learn more
is made possible thanks to Leadership Support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Major support provided by Jacques and Natasha Gelman Trust and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
Additional support is provided by the Ed Bradley Family Foundation.
Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967
is supported by The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation.
Special thanks to the Gordon Parks Foundation
, who provided essential support and assistance in organizing Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967
The Artist’s Voice
is made possible by MetLife Foundation and an endowment established by the Ron Carter Family in memory of Studio Museum in Harlem Trustee, Janet Carter.