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Current Resident: Dec 1, 2023–Feb 29, 2024

Tauck Ritzau Innovative Philanthropy, Dennis Elliott Founder's Fund

Studio #303


Crystal Yayra Anthony

Crystal Yayra Anthony’s work explores alternate ways of being by conceptualizing the human body in its most natural and vulnerable state: nude. Her subjects are presented in ways that challenge preconceived notions of decorum or performative and acceptable expression. Anthony’s practice investigates her perception of what African society used to be and experiments with what it could be.

Crystal Yayra Anthony has exhibited work at Kunsthalle Krems Museum, Vienna; Dot Ateliers, Ghana; and PM/AM, London, among others.

Current Resident: Dec 1, 2023–May 31, 2024

Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Residency

Studio #304


Cullen Washington Jr.

Cullen Washington Jr.’s abstract paintings convey the feeling of the divine in nature through matter and light, which he calls TerraChroma. Washington doesn’t depict atmosphere and land but rather the primary properties that make them exist, thus, the paintings’ titles “Primers” refer the underlying beginning. He constructs the painting surface with raw pigments, earth minerals, and acrylic, and he represents color as the quality of light with an atomized mixture of pigment and water.

Cullen Washington Jr. has exhibited work at The University of Michigan Museum of Art, Michigan; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; and Saatchi Gallery, London, among others.

Current Resident: Jul 1, 2023–Jun 30, 2024

Toby Devan Lewis

Studio #305


Laura Bernstein

Laura Bernstein creates layered worlds that explore human and animal behavior, as well as mythologies of metamorphose. Her work reflects on the climate through video, performance, installation, and painting, drawing inspiration from medieval illuminated manuscripts and theatrical spectacle traditions.

Laura Bernstein has exhibited at Essex Flowers Gallery; BRIC; and Children’s Museum of the Arts, all in New York, among others.

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