Harlem: A Century in Images documents the evolution and history of this dynamic and bustling New York City neighborhood. It has been at the crossroads of the artistic, literary, and political currents of the African-American community since the early years of the twentieth century. This photographic survey includes nearly two hundred images that provide viewers with a glimpse into the lives of Harlem's residents throughout the twentieth century and essays from leading scholars. Work by Barkley L. Hendricks, Coco Fusco, Gordon Parks, Terence Koh, and Tony Feher have been selected by Dream The End.

Skira Rizzoli published Harlem: A Century in Images in October 2010. It features an introduction by Thelma Golden, the director and chief curator of the Studio Museum of Harlem.

Harlem: A Century in Images is featured in Edition: Rizzoli: New York

Sweetheart, 2002, On the soiled sidewalk, a single heart-shaped lollipop. Photo by Tony Feher
My Pink Ship, Harlem, 2004. Photo by Terence Koh
Norman Jr. Reading in Bed, 1967. Photo by Gordon Parks
Hallway of Military Recruiting Station on 125th Street, 2008. Photo by Coco Fusco
Harlem's High Heel Heaven Slash 4 Pair for $20, 2008. Photo by Barkley L. Hendricks