Event Calendar

2013–14 Artists-in-Residence Open Studios

Kevin Beasley, Bethany Collins and Abigail DeVille

Apr 27, 2014 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
AIR Studios (3rd Floor)
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  • Kevin Beasley
    Untitled (husband skin), 2013
    Courtesy the artist

  • Bethany Collins
    "Do People Ever Think You're White?" III (from "White Noise" series), 2012
    Private collection

  • Abigail DeVille
    Street Life: A Vortex (installation view), 2012
    Courtesy the Pinchuk Art Centre, Kiev
    Photo: Sergey Illin

Guests are invited to visit the working studios of the 2013-14 artists in residence on Sunday, April 27, 2014. The studios are located on the 3rd floor of The Studio Museum in Harlem. All three artists will be present. 

About the Artists in Residence
Kevin Beasley was born in Lynchburg, Virginia, in 1985. He holds an MFA from Yale University (2012) and received a BFA from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit (2007). Beasley creates sculptural installations composed of found materials and refuse. He also creates works in sound that are similarly invested in physical presence. Beasley's works have been featured in recent exhibitions, including the 2014 Whitney Biennial, Fore at The Studio Museum in Harlem (2012 -13), Some Sweet Day at the Museum of Modern Art (2012) and An All Day Event, The End at Danspace (2012).

Bethany Collins was born in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1984. She holds an MFA from Georgia State University (2012) and a BA in Studio Art and Visual Journalism from the University of Alabama (2007). Collins is a painter who focuses on dual perception and multiplicty in the seemingly binary. Her works have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions at notable venues throughout the United States, including the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia and the Hammonds House Museum.

Abigail DeVille was born in New York, New York in 1981. She holds an MFA from Yale University (2011), where she received the Alice Kimball Traveling Fellowship. DeVille received her BFA from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2007 and recently completed a residency at the International Studio & Curatorial Program. Through bricolage, painting and sculpture, DeVille engages with material culture through found objects. Her work straddles two conceptual frames: the infinite expanse of the universe and the claustrophobic space of the urban environment. DeVille's work has been in exhibitions at the New Museum, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Bronx Museum of the Arts and Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia.

The Artist-in-Residence program is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council for the Arts, a state agency; Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation; Jerome Foundation; Robert Lehman Foundation; New York Community Trust; and by endowments established by the Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Trust and Andrea Frank Foundation.

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