Explore the exhibition 20/20: The Studio Museum in Harlem and Carnegie Museum of Art with a Carnegie Museum of Art docent! Tours meet in the museum lobby near the Carnegie Museum of Art Store. Afternoon tours of the exhibition are offered on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays only.
Founded in 1968, The Studio Museum in Harlem is internationally known for its catalytic role in championing the works of artists of African descent. In a unique institutional collaboration, Carnegie Museum of Art and the Studio Museum present a group exhibition with works by 40 artists, 20 from each of the collections. Responding to a tumultuous and deeply divided moment in our nation’s history, the curators have mined these collections to offer a metaphoric picture of America today. Spanning nearly 100 years—from 1920s photographs by James VanDerZee to recent works by Kerry James Marshall, Ellen Gallagher, and Collier Schorr—20/20 provides a critical opportunity to prompt conversations about the necessity of art during times of social and political transformation.
If you’d like to schedule a docent-led tour for an adult or school group, please visit our group visits registration page.