Though it’s not a large museum, the Studio Museum is one of the most respected in Gotham, known for presenting challenging, intricate shows of African-American and Caribbean-American art (contemporary and from the 19th and 20th centuries). In addition to two floors of galleries that host changing exhibitions, there’s a space right off the lobby for the semi-permanent “Postcards from Harlem” wall, on which famous artists share their own memories of the neighborhood through text, photography, paintings, and drawings.