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Lachell Workman

Lachellworkman@gmail.com

www.LachellWorkman.com

EDUCATION

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Madison, ME 2015

SUNY at Purchase College, MFA 2015

University of Connecticut, BFA in Photography 2011

STUDY ABROAD

University of Connecticut Summer Study Abroad Program, 2009 London, United Kingdom

RESIDENCIES

  • Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture 2015

  • Lighthouse Works Fellow 2016

  • The Shandaken Project at Storm King Art Center 2016

  • Ox-Bow School of Art 2016

  • Vermont Studio Center 2016

  • Lower East Side Printshop Keyholder Residency 2017

  • Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop SIP Fellowship 2017

  • Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Artist in Residence 2018

  • Queens Museum Studio Program Artist 2018-2020

EXHIBITIONS

  • Coded., Boston Center for the Arts, Mills Gallery, Boston, MA (2018)

  • 10th Berlin Biennale, Dineo Seshee Bopape, Untitled (Of the Occult Instability) [Feelings] 2016-2018, KW Institute, Berlin, Germany,  (2018)

  • In Practice, Group Exhibition, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY (2018)

  • The Knockdown Center, Group Exhibition, Maspeth, NY (Forthcoming 2018)

  • Wanderings and Wonderings, Storm King Art Center, New Windsor, NY (2017)

  • THREE., We Buy Gold, Group Exhibition, Brooklyn. NY (2017)

  • Where We Land, The Union for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE (2017)

  • Queering Space, Group Exhibition, Yale University, Greene Gallery, New Haven, CT (2016)

  • Dineo Seshee Bopape, “Untitled (of the occult instability) [feelings]”, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France (2016)

  • Bronx Art Space, "Speak Out", Bronx, NY (January 2016)

  • Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art "Project 6" 2015, Peekskill, NY (2015)

  • SUNY Purchase MFA Thesis Exhibition, "All Cats Are Gray in the Dark", Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY (2015)

  • "All Cats Are Gray in the Dark" SUNY Purchase MFA Thesis Exhibition, Richard & Dolly Maas Gallery, Purchase, NY (2015)

  • “Suspension Point”, Richard & Dolly Maas Gallery, SUNY Purchase MFA Exhibition, Purchase, NY( 2014)

  • Richard & Dolly Maas Gallery, “In Real Life”, MFA Group Exhibition, Purchase, NY (2013)

  • Fairfield Museum and History Center, “Images: Photography Exhibition”, 2013, Fairfield, CT (2013)

  • Shoreline Arts Alliance, “Images” 2013, Group Exhibition, Guilford, CT (2013)

  • Real Art Ways, "Slide Slam” Hartford, CT (2012)

  • Cafe Atlantique, “In Memory of Black” Solo Exhibition, Milford, CT (2012)

  • Bridgeport Arts Fest, Bridgeport, CT (July 2012)

  • Stratford Arts Guild, “Art in the Alley” Exhibition, Stratford, CT (2011)

  • University of Connecticut Bachelor of Fine Art Senior Exhibition, Willimantic, CT (2011)

 

SELECTED PRESS

  • Berlin Biennale Challenges Art World’s White Male Dominance, Hickley, Catherine, Art & Object, June 2018

  • Reaching Sideways, Writing Our Ways

    Ruth Simbao, William B. Miko, Eyitayo Tolulope Ijisakin, Romuald Tchibozo, Masimba Hwati, Kristin NG-Yang, Patrick Mudekereza, Aidah Nalubowa, Genevieve Hyacinthe, Lee-Roy Jason, Eman Abdou, Rehema Chachage, Amanda Tumusiime, Suzana Sousa, and Fadzai Muchemwa, African Arts 2017 50:2, 10-29

  • How to Survive Systemic Racism in America: Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter explores the politics of survival at We Buy Gold in Brooklyn”, Sargent, Antwaun, Creators, Vice Magazine, July 2017

LECTURES/PANELS

  • Panel, “How Artists Respond to Trauma and Urban Violence”, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY (2015)

  • Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill Project 6 SUNY Purchase MFA Artist Talk (2015

  • Black Futures, SUNY Purchase School of Art and Design, Purchase, NY (2017)

  • Wellesley College, Painting Department, Artist Talk, Wellesley, MA (2017)

  • School of Visual Arts, MFA Department, Artist Talk, New York, NY (2017)