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The Studio Museum In Harlem To Offer Free Admission On MLK Day

Benny Andrew's "Composition (study for Trash)" in "Circa 1970"


The "Circa 1970" exhibit (Adam Reich)


Samuel Fosso's "Self Portrait" in "Circa 1970"



Elizabeth Catlett-Mora's "Watts/Detroit/Washington/Harlem/Newark" in "Circa 1970"


The "Circa 1970" exhibit (Adam Reich)


Dindga McCannon's "Mercedes" in "Circa 1970"



Sam Gilliam's "Mars I" in "Circa 1970"


Frank Stewart's "Radio Players, Series I" in "Circa 1970"


The "Black Cowboy" exhibit (Adam Reich)


The "Black Cowboy" exhibit (Adam Reich)


Ron Tarver's "The Basketball Game" in "Black Cowboy"


Ron Tarver's "Concrete Canyon, Harlem" in "Black Cowboy"



Ron Tarver's "Legends" in "Black Cowboy"


Brad Trent's "Arthur 'J.R.' Fulmore, from 'The Federation of Black Cowboys' series for The Village Voice" in "Black Cowboy"


Brad Trent's "'Mama' Kesha Morse from 'The Federation of Black Cowboys' series for The Village Voice" in "Black Cowboy"


Kahlil Joseph's "Wildcat" in "Black Cowboy"


"The Window and the Breaking of the Window" exhibit (Adam Reich)


Devin Allen's "Untitled from 'A Beautiful Ghetto' series" in "The Window and the Breaking of the Window"<br>



Chris Ofili's "R.I.P. Stephan Lawrence 1974–1993" in "The Window and the Breaking of the Window"<br>


Rudy Shepherd's portrait of Clementa Pinckney, the church pastor and state senator killed in the Charleston church shooting, in "The Window and the Breaking of the Window"


Rudy Shepherd's portrait of Depayne Middlton who was who was killed in the Charleston church shooting "The Window and the Breaking of the Window"


Rudy Shepherd's portrait of Tywanza Sanders who was killed in the Charleston church shooting "The Window and the Breaking of the Window"


"The Window and the Breaking of the Window" exhibit (Adam Reich)


Rudy Shepherd's portrait of Ethel Lance who was killed in the Charleston church shooting "The Window and the Breaking of the Window"