The American Folk Art Museum's diverse holdings encompass about 8,000 works of art from the United States and abroad, spanning traditional American folk art made at the turn of the 18th-century to 20th- and 21st-century works by self-taught artists and art brut creators.
The Museum curates and loans traveling exhibitions as well as mounting temporary exhibitions on site.
Paintings and sculptures by one of Jamaica's historically important artists.
Sculptures of Gold Coast castles and forts that were holding pens for Africans sold into slavery
100 works tell NYC's story from 2 perspectives - its commercial life, and the work of artists