Wednesday, May 17, 2017


Harlem Bespoke:  We finally dropped by the Elizabeth Dee Gallery at 2033 Fifth Avenue by 126th Street to check out the latest exhibit showcasing Hungarian art during the 60s and 70s.   The new show has photographs, sculpture, paintings and even video footage from a collective pool of subversive artists from those tumultuous decades all displayed within two floors of the gallery.  Dee is a notable gallerist from downtown that recently relocated to Harlem and has set up quite an impressive space at what formerly was the Studio Museum of Harlem's first address.  This particular storefront had been empty for quite a few years and the new establishment looks to be a perfect fit for this quiet corner of Harlem. More about the show at the Dee Gallery can be found in our past post: LINK 2017

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