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DEVIN REYNOLDS (b.1991, Los Angeles, CA)

Lives and works in New Orleans, Louisiana


EDUCATION

2017 Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, Tulane University, New Orleans

 

MUSEUM & INSTITUTIONAL EXHIBITIONS

2019 Per(sister): Incarcerated Women of Louisiana, Newcomb Art 

Museum of Tulane University; Curator: Laura Blereau

2017 Bodega Gumbo, Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York, NY; 

Curator: Jose Ortiz

          Louisiana Contemporary, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 

New Orleans, LA; Juror: Shantrelle P. Lewis


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2019 Vaguely Familiar, Royale Projects Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2018 TYRONE DON'T SURF, Antenna Gallery, New Orleans, LA; 

Curator: Angel Perdomo


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2019 Expo Art Fair, Royal Projects, Chicago, IL

2019 All For You, Catinca Tabacaru, New York

2017 Welcome In, Core Gallery, New Orleans, LA; Organizer: BAR 

NONE

          Get out of Dark and into the Night, New Orleans Print Shop

     Immigration: Hopes Realized, Dreams Derailed, The Chamber, 

Tacoma, WA

Live, Live Graffiti Gallery, Buku Music + Art Project, New Orleans

2015 Rehumanize for Albert Woodfox, UNO Gallery St Claude, New 

Orleans, LA

2014 Team Draw Activate, Antenna Gallery, New Orleans, LA; Curator: Ben Fox McCord

RESIDENCIES

2019 Joan Mitchell Artist in Residence (upcoming)

2017 Joan Mitchell Summer Artist in Residence


AWARDS

2017 Louisiana Contemporary Best in Show, Ogden Museum of Southern 

Art, New Orleans


TEACHING

2017 Art Instructor, Experimental Printmaking Techniques, New Orleans 

Community Printshop

2014 Visiting Lecturer, Dillard University, New Orleans, LA

Workshop, Basquiat and the Bayou, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 

New Orleans, LA

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2017 Featured Work, “How to spend 24 hours in New Orleans: graffiti, 

hipster havens, Bourbon Street,” Times Picayune, New Orleans LA

           “Gigantic Harriet Tubman $20 bill graffiti mural appears on St. Claude 

Avenue,” Times Picayune, New Orleans, LA

2015 Featured Word, “The House That Herman Built” Jackie Sumell and 

Herman Wallace  

          Featured work/ Review, “Art exhibit intends to 'Rehumanize' 

perceptions of Louisiana prisoners,” Times Picayune, New Orleans

2015 Featured word/ Review “Right of Refusal: “#ReHumanize, for Albert 

Woodfox,” The  Pelican Bomb, New Orleans, LA

2014 Featured Work and Cover Art, The Tulane Review, New Orleans, LA