Featured artists include: Jim Arendt, Elizabeth Duffy, Brooke Erin Goldstein, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Letitia Huckaby, Tamara Kostianovsky, Jesse Krimes, Dinh Q. Lê, Aubrey Longley-Cook, Veronica Mays, L. J. Roberts, Alison Saar, Marie Watt, Emma Welty, Nafis M. White, and more.
With thanks to Meredith Hasemann for her thoughtful insights,
Curated by Elizabeth Hoy, with Manal Abu Shaheen, Maria G. Baker, Shabnam Janessari, Andrew Raftery, and Han Seok You. https://bwgalleries.org/exhibitions/domestic-state/
I loved having this opportunity to reflect on my work through Joy's probing questions. https://evergreenreview.com/read/elizabeth-duffy-interview/
It is such an honor to show my work alongside artist heroes Faith Ringgold, Barbara Kruger, Jasper Johns, Robert Frank, Jessica Deane Rosner, Dave Cole, Vanessa Leroy, Liz Collins, Gary Graham, Tasha Dougé, Janie Cohen, Adrienne Sloan, Edwin Schlossberg and Work/Play in Out of the Fray, curated by the brilliant Judith Tolnick Champa, and on view at the Watson Institute at Brown University through this online link through January 31.
I was honored to be an artist in residence at the Ucross Foundation this August, among their first group of artists for their re-opening. Ucross has a population of 25, so social distancing was not a problem!
I'm honored to be included in Planthouse Gallery's timely Miss Democracy Exhibition, with Katie Commodore, Daniel Clarke, Angela Conant, Jeremiah Dine, Elizabeth Duffy, Louise Eastman, Glenn Goldberg, Phillip Hardy, Erik Hougen, Anki King, Michael Krueger, Martha Lewis, Matt Magee, Melissa Marks, Tanya Marquardt & David Smith, John Mitchell, Rachel Ostrow, Janis Stemmermann, Victory Garden, Rita Valley, Chuck Webster, and Diana Weymar & Tiny Pricks Project
I'm honored that my work was selected by Dr. Sharon Matt Atkins from the Brooklyn Museum for Best in Show. Thank you to Dr. Atkins and to all the staff at the Museum.
My work is on view through April 26, 2020 in the Newport Annual Exhibition at the Newport Art Museum, juried by Dr. Sharon Matt Atkins from the Brooklyn Museum
My work is featured in the current issue of Evergreen Review, accompanying poems by Alfian Sa'at https://evergreenreview.com
Curated by Judith Tolnick Champa, for the Providence Biennial. On view at the Rhode Island State House Gallery through 11/36
I am thrilled to have been selected for upcoming residencies at the Ucross Foundation, The Corporation of Yaddo, and the Jentel Foundation in 2020. This winter I will be in residence at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Looking forward to diving deep into my work and meeting new friends and colleagues.
I'm creating a site specific installation for the Shoe Shine booth at the Rhode Island State House for this exhibition, curated by Judith Tolnick Champa
This September I am in residence at the Norman Bird Sanctuary in Middletown, Rhode Island, for their Inaugural Mabel Residency along with Meredith Morton, James Isherwood, Marta Renzi, Anthony Goicolea and Lois Harada
A powerful interview with Bradley Wester, one of the artists in Dead Ringer.
“there is a real range of challenging interesting work on display, right now at the museum, and it’s open until July 14.”
Dead Ringer on ABC News https://turnto10.com/news/local/bristol-art-show-draws-dozens-of-supporters-despite-backlash
Thank you to Elizabeth Maynard at Art New England for this Preview of Dead Ringer, an exhibition I curated, opening at the Bristol Art Museum in Bristol, Rhode Island June 7, featuring works by: Beth Brandon, Joy Garnett, Carolyn Marsden, J. Myszka Lewis, Anna McNeary, Shari Mendelson, Brian Miller, Bradley Wester and Cheryl Yun.
Thank you to Cerys Wilson for her generous article on my work.
I am immensely grateful to the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts for their support of my work. I received a 2109 Fellowship in Sculpture and a 2019 Merit Fellowship in Craft.
My P is for Panopticon Quilt is on view in "The Embedded Message; Quilting in Contemporary Art", curated by Melissa Messina and Stefanie Fedor with Gina Adams, Sanford Biggers, Maria Guzmán Capron, Kathryn Clark, Aaron McIntosh, Tameka Norris, Amanda Ross-Ho, Sterling Ruby, Hank Willis Thomas, Vadis Turner, Ben Venom and Saya Woolfalk
The exhibition highlights gender equality in the arts with selected works of seventeen artists to include: fiber arts, textiles, sculpture, paintings, and a sound installation, exploring subject matter that reflects their personal practice and unique techniques. The Silent Sentinel exhibition pays homage to those pioneering suffragists whose ground-breaking activism and perseverance in the quest for women’s equality and social reform are an inspiration to all.
Artists featured: Marieken Cochius, Orly Cogan, Elizabeth Duffy, Carol Boram-Hays, Cynthia Karalla, Megan Klim, Elizabeth Mackie, Katherine Mann, Penny Mateer, Chris Motley, Janet Nolan, Leslie Pontz, Beth Scher, Naomi Schlinke, Tamar Stone, Etty Yaniv, and Susannah Zucker.
The exhibition was curated by Virginia Walsh and will be on view through Saturday, January 20, 2018.
June 16, 2017 - September 16, 2017
Featuring: Macyn Bolt, Richard Bottwin, Federico Busonero, Linda Cummings, Elizabeth Duffy, Carole Freysz Gutierrez, Susan Hamburger, Marietta Hoferer, Lita Kelmenson, Zoe Keramea, Michael Kukla, Matthew Langley, Nancy Manter, Joanne Mattera, Youjin Moon, Martin Mullin, Margaret Neill, Tomomi Ono, Eung Ho Park, Frances Richardson, Louise P. Sloane, Katsumi Suzuki, Cheryl Yun
with Grace DeGennaro, Elizabeth Duffy, Alexander Gorlizki, Marietta Hoferer, Viviane Rombaldi Seppey, Taney Roniger, Donna Ruff, Sepideh Salehi