Gordon Parks

Doll Test, Harlem, New York, 1947

gelatin silver print

20 x 16 inches

The Penultimate Step, 2015

Caroline Kent

The Penultimate Step, 2015

acrylic on canvas

101 x 72 in.

Esau McGhee

Untitled Environmental Portrait #1, Dedication to the Body Defined as Other, 2018

Screen print and ink on archival paper, framed in poplar and mahogany by the artist

25 3/4 x 34 1/2 in.

Basil Kincaid

Self Portrait #2, 2018-2019

Cotton, Wool, Denim, on Wall

45 x 52 x 7 in.

Caroline Kent

To Summon The Objects In The Room, Pt. 2, 2018

acrylic on canvas

50 x 30 in.

Basil Kincaid

Day of the Family pt. 1, 2016-2018

Cotton, Silk, Wool, Tweed, Polyester Thread on Wall

75 x 56 x 8 in.

Basil Kincaid

The Long Arc of Memory, 2018-2019

Cotton, Silk, Velvet, Knits

70 x 60 x 10 in.

Caroline Kent

Alterior Motives, 2018

acrylic on canvas

50 x 30 in.

Gordon Parks

At Segregated Drinking Fountain, Mobile, Alabama, 1956

pigment print

28 x 28 inches

Gordon Parks

Children with Doll, Washington, D.C., 1942

gelatin silver print

10.125 x 12.675 inches

Esau McGhee

Untitled Gentrified Urban Skyline #1, 2018

screen print and ink on archival paper, framed in African

mahogany, wenge, black walnut, poplar, and walnut

23 1/4 x 43 1/4 in.

Esau McGhee

Untitled Gentrified Urban Landscape #1, 2018

screen print and ink on archival paper, framed in African mahogany, black walnut, poplar, and walnut

29 3/4 x 41 3/4 in.

Basil Kincaid

Rest: In Felt Sense, 2018

Edition of 5

framed aluminum dye and emulsion print

20 x 30 in.

Devin N. Morris

So Far, So Close, 2019

acrylic, ink, oil, pastel, charcoal on canvas

47 1/2 x 30 in.

Kennedy Yanko

Tiger's Eye, 2017

Marble and acrylic paint

11 x 4 x 8 in.

Basil Kincaid

The Divine Ear, 2018

archival metal print

22 x 18 in.

Aida Muluneh

The American Dream, 2017

photograph printed on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Bright White

31 1/2 x 31 1/2 in.

Esau McGhee

Untitled Unintentional Phallic Monument #2, 2018

screen print and ink on archival paper, in birch frame designed by artist

39 1/2 x 19 1/2 in.

Kenturah Davis

After Sol Lewitt Sentences on Contemporary Art 1/35, 2016

oil stick applied with rubber stamp letters on silk-lined gampi paper

30 x 26 in.

Basil Kincaid

I Can Feel Your Heart Dancing, 2018

archival metal print

13 1/2 x 9 1/2 in.

Basil Kincaid

The Witness & The Prayer, 2018

archival metal print

13 1/2 x 9 1/2 in.

Gordon Parks

Untitled, ca., 1940

gelatin silver print

Gordon Parks

Emerging Man, Harlem, New York, 1952

gelatin silver print

8 x 13 inches

Caroline Kent

I Would Call..., 2016

acrylic and typewriter on paper

10 x 8 in.

Caroline Kent

Carmicheal and Eloise, 2016

acrylic and typewriter on paper

10 x 8 in.

Kennedy Yanko

Prototype II, 2018

metal, paint, wood

60 x 45 x 10 in.

Turiya Magadlela

Thula besengiqalile ukulungisa izinto III, 2018

Nylon and cotton pantyhose and sealant on canvas

47 1/8 x 47 1/8 in.

Basil Kincaid

The Cauldron of Healing, 2018

archival metal print

13 1/2 x 9 1/2 in.

Basil Kincaid

Embrace Your Nature, 2017

archival metal print

13 1/2 x 9 1/2 in.

Basil Kincaid

She Saw More in Him Than He Saw in Himself, 2017

archival metal print

13 1/2 x 9 1/2 in.

Enrico Riley

Untitled: Castaway, View from the Deck of the Aurore, 2018

oil on canvas

32 x 30 in.

Enrico Riley

Untitled: Witness and the Night Procession, 2018

oil on canvas

23 x 21 in.

Aubrey Williams

Poem, 1966

oil on canvas

24 x 35 7/8 in.

Aubrey Williams

September, 1977

oil on canvas

45 1/8 x 50 1/4 in.

Aubrey Williams

Now and Coming Time I, 1988

oil on canvas

47 5/8 x 70 1/2 in.

Aubrey Williams

Quetzalcoatl Series IV, 1973

oil on canvas

36 1/4 x 47 in.

Aubrey Williams

Shostakovich Quarter no. 15, Opus 171, 1981

oil on canvas

64 x 104 1/8 in.

Aubrey Williams

Aruka Sign, 1978

oil on canvas

28 1/8 x 36 in.

Press Release

Jenkins Johnson Gallery is pleased to present Winter Selections, a collection of artworks by emerging artists of color in dialogue with works by prominent artists of diverse backgrounds. In honor of Black History Month, the exhibition explores themes of black identity and intersectionality, situating this conversation within a broader investigation of the cultivation of meaning in art.