Spirit of Community at Dwyer

The spirit of Harlem is Resounding, Magnetic, and Eternal.

Spirit of Community features specially commissioned works in photography, mural, sculpture, and video chronicling the sights, sounds, colors, textures, cadences, and people of Harlem. Contemporary artists, living and working in Harlem, lend their imagination and innovation to capture the pulse and rhythm that have kept Harlem vibrant and thriving. Their work honors the memories and experiences of Harlem’s residents, celebrates a neighborhood’s storied past and promising future, and reveals the architecture of a place that continues to transcend, evolve, and reinvent itself.

Curated by Paula Coleman

Artists: Isabelle Armand, Jordan!™, LeRonn P. Brooks, Aleathia Brown, Vladimir Cybil Charlier, Randall Dottin, Myrah Brown Green, Ousmane Gueye, Darrian Henderson, Deranie Henderson, Al Johnson, Lynn Lieberman, Ruth Llanillo, Ese’ McGlown, Omo Misha, Tomo Mori, New Harlem RenaissancePhotographers (NHRP), John Oko Nyaku, Ademola Olugebefola, David Shrobe, Danielle Siegelbaum, Ming Smith, Christopher Trujillo, Taijay, Justin West.

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Dwyer Cultural Center
258 St. Nicholas Avenue
at W. 123rd Street between St. Nicholas Ave and Frederick Douglass Blvd
New York, New York 10027


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