It’s time for me to go

Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2021–22

Ends Feb 27, 2023
  • On View
  • Exhibition
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The Studio Museum in Harlem 2021–22 artists in residence Jacob Mason-Macklin, Qualeasha Wood, and Cameron Granger. Courtesy The Studio Museum in Harlem.

Photo credit: Jeremy Grier

It’s time for me to go marks the fourth year of the multiyear partnership between The Studio Museum in Harlem, The Museum of Modern Art, and MoMA PS1, featuring new work by the 2021–22 cohort of the Studio Museum’s foundational Artist-in-Residence program: Cameron Granger (b. 1993, Cleveland, OH), Jacob Mason-Macklin (b. 1995, Columbus, OH), and Qualeasha Wood (b. 1996, Long Branch, NJ). With practices spanning new media, painting, and textile, these artists explore the relationships and tensions among physical, digital, and psychic space. The title phrase, “It’s time for me to go,” proposes the gallery space as a site of both departure and arrival, and suggests the act of making as both a release and an embrace.

The fourth iteration of a collaboration between The Studio Museum in Harlem, The Museum of Modern Art, and MoMA PS1, this exhibition represents an ongoing commitment to developing programs together, building on existing affiliations and shared values.

Dates

November 17, 2022–February 27, 2023

Location

MoMA PS1

Credit

It’s time for me to go: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2021–22 is organized by Yelena Keller, Assistant Curator, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and Jody Graf, Assistant Curator, MoMA PS1.

Sponsors

Tom Slaughter Emerging Artists Endowment Fund

MoMA PS1 support for It’s time for me to go is generously provided by the Tom Slaughter Exhibition Fund and the MoMA PS1 Annual Exhibition Fund.

The Studio Museum in Harlem’s Artist-in-Residence program is supported by the Glenstone Foundation; The American Express Kenneth and Kathryn Chenault Sponsorship Fund; National Endowment for the Arts; Joy of Giving Something; Robert Lehman Foundation; New York State Council on the Arts; Doris Duke Charitable Foundation; Jerome Foundation; Anonymous; Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation; and by endowments established by the Andrea Frank Foundation; the Jacob and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Trust; and Rockefeller Brothers Fund. Additional support has been provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.