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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Studio Visit: Allison Janae Hamilton

As she prepares for her culminating exhibition, 2018–19 Artist in Residence Allison Janae Hamilton talks to Communications Intern Kima Hibbert about her process and inspirations.

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The 2018 Artists in Residence

Tschabalala Self (b. 1990, Harlem) makes syncretic use of painting, printmaking, and assemblage to explore ideas surrounding Black female bodies.

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Tracing Existence

"Today, a new generation of artists are using their bodily presence as a form of art making and resistance, highlighting the marginalization and persecution that the black body has been subject to throughout history."

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We Go as They: Artists in Residence 2016–17

The 2016–17 artists in residence Autumn Knight, Andy Robert and Julia Phillips discuss what it means to make work in Harlem, how their practices have developed during their residencies and their plans for the future.

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Studio Visit: Autumn Knight

Autumn Knight’s love of performance began as a child involved in theatre, although she admits that she never loved reading plays. It wasn’t until she discovered artist Adrian Piper and the world of performance art that Knight thought, “Oh, yes, that’s my tribe!” Although Knight has not been in a play in years, her theatre training is evident in the whimsical nature and production of spectacle in her performance work.

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