Faith Ringgold Museum For Harlem

ArtNet News | September 16, 2010

Harlem is moving closer to having a new museum, the Faith Ringgold Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling, proposed to break ground in a few months and debut in 2012 on 155th Street and St. Nicholas in New York. Long in the works, the museum is to be designed by British starchitect David Adjaye, whose design resembles two rows of slightly staggered, stacked grey-purple boxes. The 18,000-square-foot museum is to house a permanent collection of Ringgold’s art as well as spaces for temporary exhibitions and children’s artwork. It also incorporates a performance space, a museum shop, a café and a media center/library…

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