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Nicki Cherry, b. 1992, Lafayette, IN
Lives & works in Queens, NY

Education

2019
MFA, Sculpture, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT
2017
MFA, Sculpture, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT

Selected Exhibitons

2019
Too Full To Cry: Part 2, Shin Gallery, New York, NY
Ripe at Dawn: Yale Sculpture MFA Exhibition, Green Hall Gallery, New Haven, CT
2018
Words Cannot Express, Green Hall Gallery, New Haven, CT
2017
You Can Get In and Not Do Anything, Green Gallery, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT
2016
OPEN, Slate Arts and Performance, Chicago, IL
Alumni Weekend Art Gallery, Reva and David Logan Center, Chicago, IL
Autotelic Open Studios, Chicago, IL
2015
riding color waves, Archer Beach Haus, Chicago, IL
Autotelic Open Studios, Chicago, IL
F.A.M., Autotelic Studios, Chicago, IL
2014
If They Mated, The Honey Hole, Chicago, IL
Because Art, Hairpin Arts Center, Chicago, IL
Observe in Solitude, 5135, Chicago, IL
11:11, Kitchen Space, Chicago, IL
Hot Box, ICEBOX Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
33% more free, Reva and David Logan Center, Chicago, IL
haha nothing is real okay, 5135, Chicago, IL
VERB, 5121 S Kenwood, Chicago, IL
2013
sightsoundspace, Southside Hub of Production, Chicago, IL

Residencies

2014
Summer Painting and Sculpture Intensive, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia

Honors & Awards

UrbanGlass Winter Workshop Scholarship, Brooklyn, NY
2019
UrbanGlass Fall Workshop Scholarship, Brooklyn, NY
UrbanGlass Summer Workshop Scholarship, Brooklyn, NY
2018
Karacabey Levni Sinanoglu Scholarship, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT
2014
Honors studio program, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Bibliography

2019
Ripe at Dawn: 2019 Yale Sculpture MFA Thesis Exhibition Catalog, New Haven, CT (forthcoming)
2016
Autotelic Studios: A Local Logan Square Workspace for Artists", The Logan Squarist
2013
American Asparagus, Issue 1, Chicago, IL

Lectures & Panels

2019
Too Full To Cry: Part 2, Panel Discussion moderated by Park McArthur
2016
Panelist, Leadership in the Arts, University of Chicago
Panelist, Careers in the Arts, University of Chicago