The Harlem Fine Arts Show’s 15th anniversary, presented by Lexus of Manhattan, returned on Friday, Feb. 24, in person for the first time since 2020. The traveling art show celebrated the country’s largest African Diasporic art show, which provides a space for African and Caribbean descendants’ artworks. The show’s 15th-year celebration marked a major change of location: This year’s festivities were held at Glasshouse near Hudson Yard in Midtown NYC.
The show was Midtown Manhattan’s first time hosting a large African Diasporic art show owned and operated by multicultural individuals. The three-day event featured 100 artists and independent galleries with an expected turnout of 15,000 guests.