SPRING 2021 NEWSLETTER
Both Kenya (Robinson) and Qualeasha Wood appear in Black Femme: Sovereign of the WAP and the Virtual Realm at CANADA, curated by Christiana Ine-Kimbe Boyle. The exhibition runs March 5 - April 10, and the two appear alongside Caitlin Cherry, Delphine Desane, Emily Manwaring, and Sydney Vernon for a tight hypothesis on agency and black femininity in post-internet America.
'fore the day you die, you gon' touch the sky, 2021
Cotton Jacquard weave, glass beads
71 x 54 inches
G'ordiavonte Fold, up in NYC through April 4, 2021. Opening March 20, the artist will debut the entire suite of his "acronym paintings," with Washington, DC's von ammon co in an exhibition called, I.A.H.Y.F.F.A.W.D. / N.F.D.B.J.W.B.D., open until April 25, 2021.
Archival Inkjet Print
11 x 17 inches
Forthcoming - Kendra will join the esteemed gallerists and artists featured alongside HBO's new documentary film, Black Art: In the Absence of Light as part of a new resource initiative dedicated to Blackness in/and contemporary art. More information when the site launches.
February - For the Orlando Sentinel, Matt Palm reviews Kenya (Robinson)'s ongoing black stock imagery project called #Blixel, on which she is currently working in partnership with the Orlando Museum of Art.
January - Tim Schneider names David-Jeremiah's exhibition, PLAY as an artnet Editor's Choice pick its opening week.
December - Anna Mienekie sits down with Qualeasha Wood for one of the artist's first long-form interviews at Germany's gallerytalk.net.