30” x 22”

 (Limited Edition of 25)

Made in collaboration with Coronado Print Studio


One summer day, walking the streets after visiting a friend in Harlem, I was struck by how the sidewalk cafes were packed with white faces while the people on the streets were predominantly Black and poor, many begging and homeless. I felt a deep sadness about this historic place. Harlem is the home of the Black Renaissance, and I’ve always thought of it as a sacred space. I walked across town to my studio and spread out some old newspapers to cover my table to work on and the Op Ed article “The End of Black Harlem” was on top.  It summed up my feelings so I made this piece.

End of Black Harlem

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