Join us as we welcome Brooklyn-based artist, Caitlin Cherry for an Artist Talk and Scholarly Roundtable on the occasion of her solo exhibition at PC–G, Dirtypower.
Caitlin Cherry’s work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Anderson Gallery at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, University Museum of Contemporary Art at University of Massachusetts in Amherst and The Brooklyn Art Museum. In 2019, she will present a solo show at Luce Gallery in Turin, Italy. She has also recently exhibited work as part of significant New York group exhibitions, includingA Wild Ass Beyond: ApocalypseRN at Performance Space,Punch curated by Nina Chanel Abney at Jeffrey Deitch, Touchstone at American Medium andThe Sun is Gone but We Have the Light at Gavin Brown Enterprise. Cherry is a recipient of a Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Fellowship Residency and Leonore Annenberg Fellowship, among other awards and honors. She holds a Master of Fine Arts from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Dirtypower is organized by Jamilee Lacy, PC–G Director and Curator. The exhibition, conjunctive programming and fully illustrated publication (forthcoming February 2019) is generously co-supported by Providence College’s Black Studies Program, Center @ Moore Hall, Department of Art & Art History and Women’s Studies Program. Additional funding is provided by The Reilly Gallery Fund, a gift of the late Robert F. Reilly (PC ’42).