African American artist Romare Bearden’s iconic series of works based on Homer’s "The Odyssey" was featured at Columbia's Wallach Art Gallery. Watch how the exhibition connects with the Columbia and Harlem community.
Hundreds of people held aloft glowing lanterns honoring African American artist Romare Bearden during the third annual Morningside Lights procession. It kicked off after dark on Sept. 27 in Morningside Park and wound its way up to campus.
The list of the rich and famous who are buried at Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx reads like a veritable Who’s Who of late 19th and early 20th century New York high society: Alva Belmont, formerly Vanderbilt, Jay Gould, F.W.
African American artist Romare Bearden’s iconic series of works based on Homer’s "The Odyssey" is finally returning home. On Nov. 15 the traveling exhibition of Romare Bearden: "A Black Odyssey*" makes its final stop at Columbia’s Wallach Art Gallery.
A traveling Smithsonian exhibit of collage works based on Homer’s Odyssey by the celebrated African American artist Romare Bearden (1911-1988) will make its final stop at Columbia’s Wallach Gallery beginning in November.
Eleanor Antin is a pioneer conceptual artist working in photography, film, performance, writing, drawing, painting and sculpting. The exhibition brings together “the selves” - the characters she has created and inhabited over the past thirty years.
Over the course of five days in October, Brooklyn-based artist Rafael Vargas-Suarez transformed the lobby of Miller Theatre at Columbia University into an immersive artwork with a large-scale wall drawing.