The New York Times: The Studio Museum Has a Vision for Its Home. And a Power Player at the Helm.
Robin Pogrebin
26 September 2017

The Studio Museum in Harlem has been featured in The New York Times:

“It was evening in Harlem.

At 144 West 125th Street, between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and Lenox Avenue, people fiercely embraced one another in greeting. Bartenders poured wine as a D.J. spun tunes and a machine spouted popcorn.

This wasn’t a block party or a family reunion. It was the recent opening of an exhibition at the Studio Museum in Harlem, the city’s premier showcase for African-American art. And at the center of the swirl — combining the forces of anchor, magnet, den mother, big sister and art world celebrity — was the museum’s director and formidable steward, Thelma Golden.”

Read more at The New York Times.