“Jiskaske Enfinite Vini Nan Yon Fen (Until Infinity Comes To An End)” (2021) by Widline Cade

 
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A GROUP EXHIBITION at MoMA PS1, “(Never) As I Was” presents new works by the Studio Museum in Harlem’s 2020-21 artists-in-residence: Widline Cadet, Texas Isaiah, Genesis Jerez, and Jacolby Satterwhite. While construction continues on the new Studio Museum building, the annual exhibition is being presented at MoMA PS1 for a third year. At the same time, for the first time since the residency program was established in 1968, the artists participated entirely remotely, due to the pandemic. Over the past year, working in a variety of mediums, the artists explored themes that have been preoccupying society at-large during these challenging times—memoir, memories, family histories, and spirituality. CT

 

“(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21” is on view at MoMA PS1 in Queens, N.Y., from Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022

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Installation view of “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21,” MOMA PS1, Queens, N.Y. (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022). Shown, Works by TEXAS ISAIAH. | Image courtesy MoMA PS1 and The Studio Museum in Harlem, Photo by Adam Reich

 


Installation view of “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21,” MOMA PS1 (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022). Shown at top, TEXAS ISAIAH, “A Return to Earth in Prayer,” 2021 (archival pigment print, 45 x 55.8 inches). | Image courtesy MoMA PS1 and The Studio Museum in Harlem, Photo by Adam Reich

 


Installation view of “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21,” MoMA PS1, Queens, N.Y. (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022). Shown, Works by TEXAS ISAIAH. | Image courtesy MoMA PS1 and The Studio Museum in Harlem, Photo by Adam Reich

 


Installation view of “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21,” MOMA PS1, Queens, N.Y. (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022). Shown, Works by JACOLBY SATTERWHITE. | Image courtesy MoMA PS1 and The Studio Museum in Harlem, Photo by Adam Reich

 


Installation view of “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21,” MOMA PS1, Queens, N.Y. (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022). Shown, JACOLBY SATTERWHITE, Fire in My Belly (2021). | Image courtesy MoMA PS1 and The Studio Museum in Harlem, Photo by Adam Reich

 


JACOLBY SATTERWHITE, “The Father,” 2021 (oil on canvas, 38 x 40 inches). | © Jacolby Satterwhite, Courtesy the artist

 


Installation view of “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum in Harlem Artists in Residence,” MoMA PS1, Queens, N.Y. (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022). Shown, Works by GENESIS JEREZ. | Image courtesy MoMA PS1 and The Studio Museum in Harlem. Photo by Adam Reich

 


GENESIS JEREZ, “Four Pitcher Plants,” 2021 (charcoal, paper and oil on linen, 72 x 50 inches). | © Genesis Jerez, Courtesy the artist

 


Installation view of GENESIS JEREZ, “Still Dead 1956,” 2021 (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022), “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum in Harlem Artists in Residence 2020-21,” MoMA PS1, Queens, N.Y. (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022). | Image courtesy MoMA PS1 and The Studio Museum in Harlem, Photo by Adam Reich

 


Installation view of “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21,” MoMA PS1, Queens, N.Y. (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022). Shown, Works by WIDLINE CADET. | Image courtesy MoMA PS1 and The Studio Museum in Harlem, Photo by Adam Reich

 


Installation view of “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21,” MoMA PS1, Queens, N.Y. (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022). Shown, WIDLINE CADET, “Pou Lè Demen Kòmanse San Nou #1 (For When Tomorrow Starts Without Us #1),” (2021). | Image courtesy MoMA PS1 and The Studio Museum in Harlem, Photo by Adam Reich

 


Installation view of “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21,” MoMA PS1, Queens, N.Y. (Nov. 18, 2021-Feb. 27, 2022). Shown, WIDLINE CADET, “Si Ou Ta Dwe Bliye Wout Lakay Ou (Lè Tout Limyè Yo Etenn) Bò Dwat [Should You Forget Your Way Home (When All The Lights Go Off) Right Side],” (2021). | Image courtesy MoMA PS1 and The Studio Museum in Harlem, Photo by Adam Reich

 

TOP IMAGE: WIDLINE CADE, “Jiskaske Enfinite Vini Nan Yon Fen (Until Infinity Comes To An End),” 2021 (archival inkjet print, artist frame, 32 x 40 inches). | © Widline Cadet, Courtesy the artist

 

BOOKSHELF
“Black Refractions: Highlights from The Studio Museum in Harlem” documents the landmark traveling exhibition, which showcases selections from the museum’s collection. Recently published, “Jacolby Satterwhite: How lovly is me being as I am” is the first publication to survey the work of the artist.

 

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