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The Studio Museum in Harlem opens a show of four women artists from Africa,
"Africaine: Candice Breitz, Wangechi Mutu, Tracey Rose and Fatimah Tuggar,"
along with a survey of works by Yinka Shonibare and "Race in Digital Space, " Jan. 23, 2001.
Photos by Paul Laster,
editor of bkyn, an online journal of the arts
Studio Museum director
Lowery Stokes Sims
Artist Wangechi Mutu with one her watercolor collages
Candice Breitz with her photographs
Video artist Paul Pfeiffer and Fatimah Tuggar
Artists Kara Walker and Yinka Shonibare with curator Susan Cahan
From left, Doreen Remen and Yvonne Force of the Art Production Fund with "Africaine" curator Christine Y. Kim
Whitney Biennial curator Larry Rinder with works by Shonibare
SMH curator Thelma Golden
with Shonibare photo
Regina Taylor and collector Peter Norton
From left, Rico and Julie Gatson with Warhol Foundation director Joel Wachs
Jeff Koons with Tuggar photo
Artist Julie Mehretu and Jessica Rankin
"Race in Digital Space" artist Keith Piper and curator Erika Dayla Muhammad
Jerry Saltz with work by Shonibare
SMH artist-in-residence Kira Lynn Harris
Artists Sanford Biggers and Adia Millett with Shonibare photo
Writer RoseLee Goldberg with James VanDerZee photos
SMH education director Sandra Jackson with Shonibare photo
Bobby Short with Jacob Lawrence prints
Artists Paul D. Miller and Sol Sax
Artist Coco Fusco
Yale art historian Kellie Jones with photo by Tracey Rose
Writer and curator Trevor Schoonmaker
Artnews editor Robin Cembalest and publisher Milton Esterow
New York Times
photog Bill Cunningham