Texas Isaiah on (Intimate) Community

The poignancy of Texas Isaiah’s work lies in his ability to reimagine the healing potential of photography for Black people, particularly Black trans, gender expansive, and nonbinary folks.

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Widline Cadet: Preserving (Imagined) Worlds

Widline Cadet’s photographs entangle the past with the present as she uses the medium to communicate the often intangible feeling of being an immigrant. 

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Jacolby Satterwhite Harmonizes (with the) Material

When one is immersed in Jacolby Satterwhite’s films and installations, a dissolution occurs. The experience stretches one’s memory and prompts a longing for spaces we've been, want to revisit, and want to reimagine.

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Genesis Jerez: (Family) Record of Imagination

In Genesis Jerez’s mixed-media paintings, there is an ongoing mediation between formalist concerns and the demands of deeply personal subject matter.

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Introducing the 2021–22 Artists in Residence

The Studio Museum in Harlem is thrilled to announce Cameron GrangerJacob Mason-Macklin, and Qualeasha Wood as the newest members of the Studio Museum's celebrated artist-in-residence community.

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Naudline Pierre On Color And Gesture In Painting

2019⁠–⁠20 Artist in Residence Naudline Pierre discusses being in conversation with yourself, the burden of biography, and the creative process. 

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Elliot Reed On Body And Performance

2019⁠–⁠20 Artist in Residence Elliot Reed discusses his performance practice and using the body as a medium. 

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E. Jane On Legends And Divas

2019⁠–⁠20 Artist in Residence E. Jane discusses 90's R&B, Video Work, and Divas. 

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Introducing the 2019–20 Artists in Residence

The Studio Museum in Harlem is thrilled to welcome E.Jane, Eliot Reed, and Naudline Pierre as the next cohort of its catalytic Artist-in-Residence program.

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Studio Visit: Tschabalala Self

For Tschabalala Self, The Studio Museum in Harlem’s Artist-in-Residence program is a homecoming. Self, her three older sisters, and brother were raised in Harlem by their two parents.

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Studio Visit: Sable Elyse Smith

Artist in Residence Sable Elyse Smith reflects on her conceptual practice and the continuous themes she wrestles with in her current and upcoming shows.

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