Harlem Renaissance

The Metropolitan Museum plans major Harlem Renaissance exhibition

The show will focus on the movement’s influences on Modernism on both sides of the Atlantic

Home of Harlem Renaissance writer Langston Hughes opens to the public as house museum

The celebrated poet and activist lived in the 19th-century brownstone on East 127th Street for the last 20 years of his life

Roy DeCarava’s sublime photographs of Harlem life go on show at David Zwirner in London

His work was largely overlooked in his lifetime. Now, as a major retrospective opens in London, the late photographer's wife remembers a man who "broke new ground in American art"

Charlotte Jansen

Covid-19 delays long-planned documentary on Black Abstract Expressionist painter Beauford Delaney

The Tennessee-born artist, part of the Harlem Renaissance before settling in Paris, was largely neglected during his lifetime

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From the legacy of Augusta Savage to memories of Leonard Cohen