September 4 - October 2, 2021
From Liliana Bloch Gallery:
“Alicia Henry, Professor of Art at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee is interested in all aspects of human interactions. A recurring theme in her work is familial Relationships. The figure in isolation and the figure interacting with others. Her current work explores these ideas, addressing the process through which individuals (specifically females) navigate these issues. The work in this exhibition explores aspects of physical and psychological devastation.
A native of Illinois, Alicia Henry received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from Yale University School of Art. She is currently a Professor of Art at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee.
She has received numerous awards, fellowships, and grants, including the Joan Mitchel Painter and Sculptor grant (2013); the Guggenheim Fellowship (2000-2001), and the Ford Foundation Fellowship (1989-1991); residencies at the prestigious Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (1990), the Fine Arts Work Centre in Provincetown (1991-1993) Art in General, New York (2000); and the MacDowell Art Colony (1993). Most recently, Henry was granted the 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art award (2016) and the Center of Excellence for the Creative Art Fellowship (2016-2017).
Her work has been written about in Artforum International, ARTS ATL, New York Studio Conversations II, The Human Aura in Art, Nashville Arts Magazine, the BURNAWAY, The Female Gaze: Women Artist Making Their World, Art of Tennessee, Taboo, and The Globe and Mail. Henry’s work has been the subject of numerous solo and group exhibitions at institutions, including a solo touring show in Canada at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (2021); Southern Alberta Art Gallery (2019); The Power Plant (2019), and the Atlanta Biennial (2019); Cheekwood Museum, Nashville (2018-2019); Frist Museum, Nashville (2016); the Hunter Museum of American Art (2014); Tennessee State Museum, Nashville (2014); the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia (2013); the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (2013); South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, Indiana (2004); the Nashville International Airport (2002); Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (2002); the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City (1997); and the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh (1996).”
On View: September 4, 2021 | 1–5 pm
No opening reception; appointments required
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