Selected Press

  • School of Visual Arts, New York, NY M.F.A. FINE ARTS, (2016)

  • Southern Polytechnic State University (now Kennesaw State University, Marietta Campus), Marietta, Ga

      B.A. New Media Arts, 

      Minor in Architecture (2014)

Grants/Awards, and Public Commissions

  • Black Artist Fund Grant Recipient (2020)

  • Peter S. Reed Foundation Grant Recipient (2020)

  • FSP/Jerome Foundation Fellowship, (2018)

  • Topic 3: Consciousness, Franconia Sculpture Park, Shafer, MN (2018 Currently on view through 2020)


  • SVA MFA Fine Arts, Life on an Island, Colonels Row, Governors Island, NY (2019)

  • Franconia Sculpture Park, Shafer, MN (2018) 

  • Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture,

      Skowhegan, ME (2016)

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Paranoia’s Midnight, haul gallery, Brooklyn, NY (2019)

  • {Fig. 27} the {X} mutation, The AC Institute, New York, NY (2018) 

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Racism: The Other American Pandemic, Eastern Connecticut State University, Virtual (2020)

  • A Muffled Sound Underwater, LatchKey Gallery, New York, NY (2020)

  • parade, uhaul gallery, Brooklyn, NY (2019)

  • Race and Revolution: Race and Revolution: Still Separate-Still Unequal, Penn State, State College, PA (Jan 29th - April 6th, 2019)/ August Wilson Center, Pittsburgh, PA ( April 19th - July 21st, 2019)

  • Race and Revolution: Still Separate-Still Unequal, University of Connecticut-Stamford, Stamford, CT (2018)

  • Re: x 12, Pfizer Building, Brooklyn, NY (2017)

  • Race and Revolution: Still Separate-Still Unequal, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY (2017) 

  • Re: x 11, Pfizer Building, Brooklyn, NY (2017)

  • SVA x SKOWHEGAN, SVA Chelsea Gallery, New York, NY (2016-2017)

  • PRIZM Art Fair, Miami, FL (2016)

  • With Liberty and (in)Justice For All?, Gateway Project Spaces, Newark, NJ (2016)

  • To a point…,  SVA MA Curatorial Practice Project Space, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY (2016)

  • For Sale By Owner, Hilltop Antiques, Skowhegan, ME (2016)

  • popular culture is where the pedagogy is, The Hole, New York, NY (2016)

  • Mini Bar, Material Art Fair (as part of an art and curatorial project), Mexico City, Mexico (2016)

  • Brooklyn Academy of Music Benefit with Beverly’s, Bridget Donahue Gallery, New York, NY (2016)

  • (Re)Vision, Jan Brandt Gallery, Bloomington, IL (2015)

  • Jumping the Line: interdisciplinary concept shop, Artiz Group, New York, NY (2015)

  • DO YOU FEEL?, SVA MA Curatorial Practice Project Space, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY (2015)

  • [RE]VISION, SVA MA Curatorial Practice Program, New York, NY (2015)

Dunne, Susan. “‘Racism: The Other American Pandemic’ virtual exhibit at ECSU looks at presistent crisis” Hartford Courant (2020)



Rodney, Seph. “What Does it Mean to Exhibit ‘Black Excellence’?” HYPERALLERGIC (2020)



Walker, Dareece. “Paranoia’s Midnight”: Interview with Marvin Touré.” LIVING LIFE FEARLESS (2019)




Waltz, Amanda. “ Race and Revolution: Still Separate – Still Unequal examines educational discrimination in Pittsburgh to address a national problem.” Pittsburgh City Paper (2019) 



UConn Communications. “Exhibit Explores Racial Disparities in Public School System.” UConn Today (2018)



Cascone, Sarah. “Editors’ Picks: 8 Things to See in New York This Week.” artnet news (2017)



Sargent, Antwaun. “A Langston Hughes Short Story Inspired a Contemporary Art Exhibition.” VICE (2016) https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/qkwyn3/langston-hughes-short-story-contemporary-exhibition





SVA Features. “‘SVA x Skowhegan’ Explores the Effects of Globalization on Contemporary Art.” Visual Arts Press (2016) https://sva.edu/features/sva-x-skowhegan-explores-the-effects-of-globalization-on-contemporary-art


Meredith, Maya. “the master’s tools.” Wade in the Water  (2016) 



HALF (2015)


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