This spring, The Studio Museum in Harlem presents six exciting exhibitions and projects that highlight the breadth and depth of art by artists of African descent. The mid-career survey Trenton Doyle Hancock: Skin and Bones, 20 Years of Drawing brings the renowned Houston artist’s graphic stories and fantastical characters to a New York audience. The Studio Museum’s growing permanent collection is showcased in three new thematic presentations: Concealed, Salon Style and In Profile, together featuring more than seventy works of art created between 1932 and the present. Samuel Levi Jones: Unbound is the first solo museum exhibition and New York debut of the emerging conceptual artist and 2014 Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize winner. Of course, the latest installment of the perennially popular Harlem Postcards project is available to all in the Museum lobby. Spring 2015 exhibitions and projects are on view from March 26,

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