Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo (MFA ’22) co-facilitated a community build at VisArts in conjunction with the exhibition Community Build.
An interview with John Hee Taek Chae (MFA ’20) was featured in Burnaway.
Prof. Monsieur Zohore‘s work at Paris Internationale (via Von ammon and co) was featured in ARTnews.
Loie Hollowell‘s (MFA ’12) work was featured in the exhibition Earthseed now open at White Cube in Paris.
Lauren Clay (MFA ’07) and Ander Mikalson (MFA ’12) had work featured in X’s, an online show with Studio Archive Project.
Lauren Clay‘s (MFA ’07) solo exhibition Phantom Stair was on view at Roswell Museum, where she also gave an artist talk.
Torkwase Dyson‘s (BFA ’99) work was featured in the exhibition A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
Prof. Noah Simblist wrote a piece about Alia Farid for Burnaway.
Sophie Smith (BFA ’19) was recently interviewed on VPM about how the James River inspires her printmaking practice.
The Sunview Luncheonette in Greenpoint presented the New York premiere of Liang Luscombe‘s (MFA ’18) new short film “Malamadre.”
Prof. Noah Simblist wrote a piece for Art Agenda on the 58th Carnegie International.
Connor Marie‘s (MFA ’21) work was featured in the exhibition The Heavy Light Show, at Night Gallery.
MFA student Grace Bromley‘s work was featured in the exhibition Water is Not for Sale at Bloom Galerie, St. Tropez.
Prof. Caitlin Cherry‘s work will be featured in the group exhibition I’ll Be Your Mirror: Art and the Digital Screen opening February ’23 at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Luis Vasquez La Roche (MFA ’20) is an InLight 2022 featured artist.
Several Painting + Printmaking students and alumni had work featured in the 2022 Made In VA exhibition at Virginia MOCA. Among those selected are Mahari Chabwera, Shayne Herrera, Roberto Jamora, Ali Kaeini, Amuri Morris, and Nathan Hosmer.
Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo‘s (MFA ’22) window installation we web keepers was displayed at Printed Matter St Marks.
Connor Marie‘s (MFA ’21) recent exhibition at Lubov was reviewed in the October issue of Artforum.
Loie Hollowell‘s (MFA ’12) first solo U.S. museum exhibition Tick Tock Belly Clock was on view at the Manetti Shrem Museum.
Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo (MFA ’22) was a participating artist in the audio program “New Rules Next Week” with dublab and The Corita Art Center.
Prof. Monsieur Zohore was joined by painter Cynthia Daignault for a studio visit in the new video series Eye to Eye moderated by curator Lolita Cros.
Malcolm Peacock‘s (BFA ’16) work The insistent desire for and impossibility of being was awarded The Fine Prize at the 58th Carnegie International.
Loie Hollowell (MFA ’12) was featured at The Armory Show via Jessica Silverman Gallery.
Veronika Pausova (MFA ’13) was featured at The Armory Show via Bradley Ertaskiran.
Liang Luscombe‘s (MFA ’18) new short film “Malamadre” was on view at The Front in New Orleans.
Prof. Noah Simblist presented a lecture on “explorations of local and global notions of community” as part of the VCUarts Faculty Lecture Series.
Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo‘s (MFA ’22) work was featured in the collaborative exhibition Community Build at VisArts RVA.
Johanna Robinson (MFA ’18) is featured in the online exhibition Reduction to Satire (Reductio ad Satura), from The New Art Dealer’s Alliance.
Lauren Clay‘s (MFA ’07) work was featured in Escher’s Lovers, a two-person exhibition at KDR305.
John Hee Taek Chae‘s (MFA ’20) exhibition Western Paintings opened at D.D.D.D.
Prof. Ekaterina Muromtseva (MFA ’22) was a participating artist in the Setouchi Triennale 2022.
Chino Amobi‘s (BFA ’10) exhibition Age of Excess opened at Meredith Rosen Gallery.
LaRissa Rogers‘ (BFA ’19) video “We’ve Always Been Here, Like Hydrogen, Like Oxygen” was shown at Grand Central Art Center.
LaRissa Rogers (BFA ’19) was featured at Frieze Film in Seoul.
John Chae (MFA ’20) is a recent Ellis-Beauregard Foundation resident.
Work by Michael Royce (MFA ’18) was featured in Hamster Wheel, a two-person show at Headstone Gallery.
Luis Vasquez La Roche (MFA ’20) joins the School of Art at George Mason University in Virginia as a Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Studio Arts.
Recent BFA alumni Hazel Zarzycki and Lowe Fehn were recipients of 2022 Anderson Space Grants and their work was on view during the Space Grants Open House at The Anderson.
Madison Sterner (BFA ’21) and fellow Photo + Film alum Liza Hazelwood were recipients of a 2022 Anderson Space Grant for their collaborative project. Their work was on view during the Space Grants Open House at The Anderson.
BFA major Nathan Hosmer was a recipient of a 2022 Anderson Space Grant. Nathan’s work was on view during the Space Grants Open House at The Anderson.
MFA student Ali Kaeini is a finalist for the 2022 Trawick Prize. His work was featured in the finalists’ exhibition at Gallery B in downtown Bethesda, Maryland.
Chino Amobi‘s (BFA ’10) work was featured in the group show Scouring at Meredith Rosen Gallery.
Torkwase Dyson (BFA ’99) and Loie Hollowell (MFA ’12) both have work newly acquired by the New Orleans Museum of Art.
Luis Vasquez La Roche (MFA ’20) was a participating artist in Documenta Fifteen.
Amuri Morris‘ (BFA ’22) work is featured in the exhibition Unveiling Resistance at The Gallery at CCBC Essex.
Rian Moses (BFA minor ’10) and Lizzie Brown (BFA ’14) were participating artists with Mending Walls this year.
Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo‘s (MFA ’22) work was featured in “Collective Arising” at Museum of Sonoma County, CA.
Raúl Aguilar Canela‘s (MFA ’21) work was featured in the exhibition Screen Strokes at Pequod Co.
Prof. Monsieur Zohore, Veronika Pausova (MFA ’13), and Loie Hollowell (MFA ’12) had work featured in the exhibition Now I am a lake at Public Gallery.
Ryan Syrell (MFA ’17), Prof. Monsieur Zohore, and Kyrae Dawaun (MFA ’20) had work featured in the Washington Project for the Arts 2022 virtual benefit auction.
Loie Hollowell (MFA ’12) was featured in a write up in the The Cut about the 52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone exhibition at The Aldrich Contemporary Museum.
Hello Trouble featuring work by Prof. Caitlin Cherry was reviewed in The New Yorker by Johanna Fateman.
Banner image: “Its serving rat” by Maggie Belinski