Art galleries, exhibitions and public art of the latest and greatest art picks in Harlem
Visitors to Harlem can find the Adam Clayton Powell statue at 163 W. 125th Street (at 125th Street), in front of the Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building.
The Harriet Tubman “Swing Low,”statue by Alison Saar, the sculptor at 122nd Street (bet., Frederick Douglass Blvd., and St. Nicholas Avenue).
Keith Haring painted the “Crack Is Wack” mural at East 128th Street and the Harlem River Drive, in 1986. Painted on the northern face of the handball court wall, the mural is composed of Haring’s signature kinetic figures and abstract forms in bold outlines.
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