Awardee News

  • Farah Al Qasimi  (NADA New York 2018) featured in  the New Yorker Magazine article, “The Best Art of 2020.”  Click here to read. 
  • Garrett Bradley (Prospect.3 New Orleans 2014)
  • Garrett Bradley  (Prospect.3 New Orleans 2014), Theaster Gates (Chicago 2008),  Kahlil Joseph (Los Angeles 2017) and Hank Willis Thomas (San Francisco  2007) in a group show “Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America,” From February 17 to June 6, 2021 at the New Museum, New  York. 
  • Phyllis Bramson  (Chicago 2004)
    • in a group show, “Evolve: a changing exhibition of work from the collection,”  on  view through March 20, 2021 at the Bates Museum of Art.
    • Solo show “Virus Lockdown Drawings,” through January  16,  2021 at Zolla/Lieberman Gallery.
  • Nick Cave (Chicago 2006) artwork “Truth Be Told,” addressed in the New York Times article, “Call It Sign or Art, a Disputed Nick Cave Work Is Moving to Brooklyn,” by Ted Loos.  Click here to read the full article. 
  • Danielle Deadwyler (Atlanta 2019) solo show “Leap Year Solo Exhibition: Danielle Deadwyler,” now on view through February  20, 2021 at The Mint Gallery.
  • Jim Duignan (Chicago 2008) highlighted in the fall 2020 issue of DePaul University’s publication, “Action in Education.” Click here to read.
  • Amir H. Fallah (Los Angeles 2020) solo exhibition “Better a Cruel Truth Than a Comfortable Delusion,” now on view through February 20, 2021 at Denny Dimin Gallery.
  • Mariah  Garnett (Los Angeles 2016) project “Weirdo  Night”  has been selected in the Sundance Film Festival 2021. Click here to learn more.
  • Theaster Gates (Chicago 2008) exhibition “Theaster Gates: Breathing,” now on  view  through May 16, 2021 at Perez Art Museum Miami 
  • Theaster Gates (Chicago  2008) and Cauleen Smith (Chicago  2015) exhibition “Future Histories: Theaster Gates and Cauleen Smith,” now on view  through May 23, 2021 at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. 
  • Dan Gunn (EXPO Chicago  2013) in a group show The Shallow Act of Seeing,” now on view  through May 16, 2021 at John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
  • Margaret Lee (NADA Miami  2012) exhibition Bad, Immediately,” now on view through February 6, 2021 at Jack Hanley Gallery. 
  • Fahamu Pecou (Atlanta 2009) featured in “Black Art Rising,” a digital exhibition from LIFEWTR documenting the diverse responses to the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020. Click here to learn more. 
  • Leonard Suryajaya (Chicago  2018) artwork featured as the cover for  New York Times  Style section. Click here to view.
  • Patricia  Treib  (New York City  2017) featured  in the Artforum January/ February 2021 print edition. Click here to view.