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Three people are standing in front of a white step and repeat backdrop covered in the Queens Museum logo. On each side of the step and repeat are palm leaves peaking into the frame. Sally Tallant, far left, is wearing a black pleated dress, Lyle Ashton Harris, center, is wearing a black suit jacket over a trompe l'oeil button tee shirt and dark jeans. He is also wearing a vibrant patchwork scarf and aviator glasses. Lauren Haynes, far right, is wearing a lavender pleated pant set with a black leather jacket and long silver earrings.
Headhosts of Soph Boobyer, Laura Serejo Genes & Kiyoto Koseki.
A cross-generational and multi-racial group of Queens representatives and institution heads pose in front of Christine Sun Kim's black and white mural, Time Owes Me Rest Again, at the Queens Museum.
Graphic of Jerome open call
A photo of three people standing against a purple backdrop that has the Queens Museum logo printed all over it. Sally Tallant is in the middle. She has red hair, fair skin, and is wearing a black dress. Angelo Baque is on the left. He has black hair, olive skin, and is wearing black sunglasses and a black tuxedo over a white shirt. Sable Elyse Smith is to the right. She has shoulder-length locks, brown skin, and is wearing glasses, a white shirt, and black dress pants.
A headshot of Lauren Haynes smiling against a light gray backdrop. She has short black hair and brown skin, is wearing long, wedge-shaped gold earrings, and a dark green shirt.
A group on the edge of Flushing Creek looks at the urban development on the other shoreline. Racist Rezoning is painted in large letters on the wall.
Artist Pauline Shaw is standing in Queens Center Mall with her commissioned mural visible in the background. She has long black hair and is wearing a white turtleneck. Her colorful mural features blue, purple, pink, and pink hues, combining extracted landscapes of birds and flowers with abstracted images of cells and tissues found in the human body.
Composite image made up of five portraits: Cameron A. Granger, a Black man, sitting on a brown couch, dressed in a green sweater, black pants, a brown baseball hat and circular glasses; Nsenga Knight, a brown skinned Afro-Caribbean American woman wears a black islamic headscarf and stands in front of a microphone; Catalina Schliebener Muñoz, a brown-skinned person with short black hair looking at the camera sits on the floor resting their hand on their cheek; Sonia Louise Davis, curly-haired brown-skinned woman in her 30’s, wearing a blue/teal patterned dress, in front of a colorful graffiti wall; Emilie Louise Gossiaux smiles while standing in a garden on a rainy day. She has long brown hair, blue eyes, and wears a green coat.
A screenshot of the Queens Museum's About webpage. The top of the page starts with an archival image of the Queens Museum from the 70s with a text overlay that reads The Queens Museum Connects the Past to the Present.
A landscape view of the entrance to the Queens Museum, against a dark blue evening sky. The museum is glowing red and in the top center of the building, in white uppercase font, reads “QUEENS MUSEUM”.
A blue text slide with centered text that reads “Queens Teens Institute for Art and Social Justice”, in green font. The text is staircased along a zigzag line in the same green color.
Portraits of Arthi Krishnamoorthy and Ming Chiang side by side. On the left is Arthi, a light brown skinned woman with brown eyes and shoulder-length, straight, black hair parted on the side. She is wearing blue stone, dangle earrings and a white long-sleeve tunic. There is a slight tilt to her head and she is smiling gently with her lips closed. On the right is Ming, an olive toned man with brown eyes and short, black hair. He is wearing a smile, round glasses, a black blazer, a blue and white striped button up, and a purple and green tie. He is standing in a staircase with his left hand on the wooden railing.
Centered, is Guadalupe Maravilla, an olive tone skinned man with black, short, curly hair. He is wearing purple pants with an orange and black woven jacket. He is playing a triangle in an exhibition space and appears to be slowly pacing through a maze of adults and children, participating in the sound bath. The participants are dressed in athleisure wear and laying on yoga mats.
A two-story, vertical mural against a white marble wall. The mural is installed above a set of elevators, and between a set of escalators and a floor to ceiling window. The mural is made up of sixty, mixed-media, abstract portraits.
Four adults of different races, dressed in evening wear, pose together in front of a white backdrop with the queens logo repeated. They are all wearing blue tones and smiling.