A Constellation

Identity and brochure for the "A Constellation" exhibition that took place at the Studio Museum in Harlem. This exhibition traces connections between twenty-six artists of African descent: eight who emerged in the mid to late twentieth century, and who are represented in the exhibition by works from the Studio Museum’s permanent collection, and eighteen younger artists whose works are being shown at the Studio Museum for the first time. Together the works function as a “constellation,” both as a metaphor for stars that form a pattern, and as a representation of a gathering of dynamic, kindred artists. As suggested by the title, the connections drawn here present just one possible combination among an infinite variety of configurations.


Project Credits
Eddie Opara
Brankica Harvey
Pedro Mendes


The Studio Museum in Harlem

Photography Credits