This Coming Wednesday 3.6.2019 I’ll be participating in a group show
at Chashama Gallery in nYC.
I had the the wonderful oppertunity to be a fetured
Artist on the Asylum website: Link Here
Almacan Gallery Tel Aviv Exhibition ‘ All ready Made’. On view until Jan 27.
Bric Media Fellowship Screening . Link Here
November 2018 //
FAD magazine review of Salamnder exhibition in London. Link Here
October 2018 //
September 26th at the Lower East side Print Shop. Detailes Here.
September 21-23 Printed Matter NYAB at MOMA PS1
August 2018 //
August 16th The Sweet Stench will be screened at Parallel in Turonto.
CinaMakers Magazine Interview: Link Here
July 2018 // Asylem Arts Retreat- Detroit
June 2018 //
Mass Moca residency- Funded by Artis Contemporary and Assets for Artists
The film The Sweet Stench Of Sulfur will be screened at
Currrents New Media Film Festival, Santa FE, NM
April 2018 // Awarded a year long Keyholder residency at the lower east side print shop
March 2018 // Coming up March 24 I’ll be showing some new work
Janurary 2018 // I was recently awarded a Bric Media Fellowship.
Check it out here
December 2017 // Non Places is now on sale at Printed Matter book store.
To purchase go here .
November 2017 // The sweet stench of sulfur will be participating in Absence Projects #0, Brooklyn. Link to site here
November 2017 // The sweet stench of sulfur will be screened as part of the UN climate change summit in Bonn, Germaney
September 2017 // The sweet stench of sulfur will be screened at Laznia
Museum of Art, Poland
September 2017 // Non Places will be on sale at NYAB and Yale art book fair
September 2017 // I’ll be part of a group show at Alpha gallery, NYC
September 2017 // I’ll be part of a group show ‘Respect’ at St pauls cathedral, NYC in collaboration with Lara Nasser
July 2017 // I’ll be showing my work at the Bronx Aim Biennial , Bronx museum of art, NY
May 2017 // 2-person exhibition at Local projects gallery , LIC, NYC
Float Magazine book review
Humble Arts Foundation Online Group Show
AINT- BAD magazine review
Berkshire Post Interview