Red Rooster HARLEM IS EXCITED TO SHARE ORIGINAL WORK ON OUR WALLS FROM THE FOLLOWING VISUAL ARTISTS

Bobby Fisher Bobby Fisher is a photographer based in New York City and not a dead chess champion buried in Iceland. He prefers Nikon to Canon and women to men, but will do anything for money and adventure...

Bobby Fisher
Bobby Fisher is a photographer based in New York City and not a dead chess champion buried in Iceland. He prefers Nikon to Canon and women to men, but will do anything for money and adventure...

Leon Johnson Leon Johnson is an illustrator and fine artist, born and raised in Kansas City. Leon works primarily in mixed media, ink, paint, and found objects.Leon now lives in New York City with his wife and is currently working on projects for a solo show.

Leon Johnson
Leon Johnson is an illustrator and fine artist, born and raised in Kansas City. Leon works primarily in mixed media, ink, paint, and found objects.Leon now lives in New York City with his wife and is currently working on projects for a solo show.

Derrick Adams Derrick Adams is an multi-discipinary New York based artist with practices rooted in deconstructivist philosophies and the formation and perception of ideals attached to objects colors textures, symbols, and ideologies.

Derrick Adams
Derrick Adams is an multi-discipinary New York based artist with practices rooted in deconstructivist philosophies and the formation and perception of ideals attached to objects colors textures, symbols, and ideologies.

Pontus Höök Pontus Höök is an accomplished Swedish photographer that has been living and working in New York since the late 90′s. His latest project was launched recently when he enjoyed a Sunday brunch at Red Rooster and shot pictures of guests in and around the restaurant.

Pontus Höök
Pontus Höök is an accomplished Swedish photographer that has been living and working in New York since the late 90′s. His latest project was launched recently when he enjoyed a Sunday brunch at Red Rooster and shot pictures of guests in and around the restaurant.

 
Laine McNulty Laine McNulty is a photographer living in NYC. She creates intimate & provocative photo essays, telling stories as an insider about people she knows.

Laine McNulty
Laine McNulty is a photographer living in NYC. She creates intimate & provocative photo essays, telling stories as an insider about people she knows.

Claude Lawrence Claude Lawrence was a professional jazz musician until the late 1980s. Living in New York in 1987, Lawrence was familiar with many of the artists in the then-thriving downtown scene, including Jean-Michel Basquiat...

Claude Lawrence
Claude Lawrence was a professional jazz musician until the late 1980s. Living in New York in 1987, Lawrence was familiar with many of the artists in the then-thriving downtown scene, including Jean-Michel Basquiat...

Sanford Biggers An award winning artist and educator who creates artworks that integrate film/video, installation, sculpture, drawing, original music and performance...

Sanford Biggers
An award winning artist and educator who creates artworks that integrate film/video, installation, sculpture, drawing, original music and performance...

Mark Leckey Born 1964 in Birkenhead, Wirral, Mark Leckey is a British artist whose medium is collage art, music and video...

Mark Leckey
Born 1964 in Birkenhead, Wirral, Mark Leckey is a British artist whose medium is collage art, music and video...

 
Brandon Cox Brandon Coley Cox is an award-winning emerging artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Cox creates poignant metaphors and allegories whose meaning is reflected through the means of creation.

Brandon Cox
Brandon Coley Cox is an award-winning emerging artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Cox creates poignant metaphors and allegories whose meaning is reflected through the means of creation.

Lorna Simpson Brooklyn-born Lorna Simpson is considered a pioneer of conceptual photography.

Lorna Simpson
Brooklyn-born Lorna Simpson is considered a pioneer of conceptual photography.

James Denmark James Denmark’s work speaks often of the African-American experience in historical terms, highlighting family, work life and the Harlem jazz experience.

James Denmark
James Denmark’s work speaks often of the African-American experience in historical terms, highlighting family, work life and the Harlem jazz experience.

Janette Beckman Commissioned by the British style magazine The Face for a story about the New York hiphop music scene...

Janette Beckman
Commissioned by the British style magazine The Face for a story about the New York hiphop music scene...

 
LeRone Wilson An sculptor living and working in New York City. His encaustic (wax) sculpted paintings reflect historical references to the material’s ancient origins (Kemet).

LeRone Wilson
An sculptor living and working in New York City. His encaustic (wax) sculpted paintings reflect historical references to the material’s ancient origins (Kemet).

Howard Cash "My work is a reflection of the relationships people have with themselves and with each other. My images not only reflect life, but my participation in life as well..." –Howard Cash

Howard Cash
"My work is a reflection of the relationships people have with themselves and with each other. My images not only reflect life, but my participation in life as well..." –Howard Cash

Ebony Patterson Ebony Patterson Jamaican artist born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1981. Patterson’s work revolves around questions of identity and the body, and takes the form of mixed media paintings, drawings and collages, most of them on paper.

Ebony Patterson
Ebony Patterson Jamaican artist born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1981. Patterson’s work revolves around questions of identity and the body, and takes the form of mixed media paintings, drawings and collages, most of them on paper.

Gordan Parks Gordon Parks was one of the seminal figures of twentieth century photography. A humanitarian with a deep commitment to social justice, he left behind a body of work that documents many of the most important aspects of American culture from the early 1940s up until his death in 2006.

Gordan Parks
Gordon Parks was one of the seminal figures of twentieth century photography. A humanitarian with a deep commitment to social justice, he left behind a body of work that documents many of the most important aspects of American culture from the early 1940s up until his death in 2006.