Shop: Woman In Her Kitchen, Harlem, 1936 By Aaron Siskind

woman in kitcvhen in harlem

This image is from Siskind’s Harlem Document Series, which he did in the middle 1930’s, while a teacher at, and a member of the Photo-League, a socially conscious group of photographers, based in New York City, interested in bringing about social change through the influence of photography on public opinion.

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Shadows Uplifted: The Rise Of African Amercian Artist At Swann Galleries

Malvin Gray Johnson Along the Harlem RiverOn Thursday, February 13, Swann Galleries’ African-American Fine Art department will offer a curated auction titled Shadows Uplifted, which highlights the development of African-American artists in the 19th century and early 20th century. Continue Reading →