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
Patriot Games, No. 003052021, 2018-2021
Edition: 3 + 1 AP
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.