The Gallery at Calabar

The Gallery at Calabar showcases contemporary African Artists and African Diaspora artists globally. Curated by Atim Annette Oton, each artist selected has work that deals with the complexities of the African experience.

Based in Harlem, work featured is inspired and influenced by black African culture globally with a focus on dynamic ideas about art and society. Work will include: paintings, sculptures, watercolors, drawings, pastels, prints, photographs, mixed-media works and installations.


Harlem Arts Stroll is an innovative collaboration of galleries, art spaces and businesses in West Harlem from 110th Street to 160th Street from Lenox to Amsterdam Avenue showcasing art from June to October 2017 featuring curated work of artists, designers and makers on the Third Saturdays of each these months: Arts Horizons LeRoy Neiman Art Center, Harlem Needle Arts, Gadson Gallery, La Maison d’Art, Calabar Gallery, Neighborhood Women’s Collective, ImageNation, Harlem Pride, Inc., The Shrine, I, Too Collective, and many others.

The goal of the arts stroll is to introduce artists to the public, encourage the public to come and see art on a monthly basis and drive traffic to all the participants in the summer and fall months.

The event begins the evening of the 16th with an outdoor film festival by Harlem Pride and on the day of the event, the 17th from 1pm to 6pm, art exhibitions can be seen at Art Horizons, Gadson Gallery, La Maison d’Art, Calabar Gallery, Neighborhood Women’s Collective. To participate, please send an email to