Madjeen Isaac (b. 1996, Brooklyn, NY) specializes in oil painting, as she is currently focusing on creating images based on her Haitian-American culture. Growing up in a neighborhood where it is predominantly Caribbean immigrants, Isaac allowed her process to give her a sense of purpose from the memories and cultures that have shaped her..
"Flatbush is where I have lived most of my life. Flatbush is a place that emits culture and hustle. Overtime, I have developed a concern for immigrant youth and children of immigrants, assimilated out of fear, without reflecting back on the culture of their ancestors".
Her current works are based on celebrating one's existence and differences while showing patronage to the Haitian culture.
2018 Fashion Institute of Technology, BFA Fine Art - New York, NY
2018 Haiti Cultural Exchange, Artist In Residence - Brooklyn, NY
2018 Assistant Muralist - Brooklyn, NY
2018 Studio Museum in Harlem, Education Intern - New York, NY
2018 20th Anniversary of Miseducation of Lauryn Hill World Tour Digital Exhibition - World Wide
2018 John E. Reeves Great Hall - New York, NY
2018 Pazapa Program for the Arts Launch, Silent Auction - SoHo House, New York, NY
2017 Yonkers Art Festival - Yonkers, NY
2016 Blick On View, SHIM Show - New York, NY