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(l-r) photographer Dawoud Bey, Harvard Professor and Hutchins Center Director Henry Louis Gates Jr., Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African and African American Art Director Vera Ingrid Grant and London art gallery owner Amar Singh attend the Opening Night celebration of the Cooper Gallery’s new exhibition “Harlem: Found Ways” in Cambridge.

(l-r) photographer Dawoud Bey, Harvard Professor and Hutchins Center Director Henry Louis Gates Jr., Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African and African American Art Director Vera Ingrid Grant and London art gallery owner Amar Singh attend the Opening Night celebration of the Cooper Gallery’s new exhibition “Harlem: Found Ways” in Cambridge.

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Bey’s exhibit features two photo series created 40 years apart and highlights the change in Harlem’s identity as a famed black culture capital.