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b. 1990, Omaha, NE
Lives and works in New York, NY

EDUCATION

2012              Bachelor of Fine Arts, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
2010              Art History and Writing studies, Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, Paris, France

AWARDS

2021              Artist in Residence, Art Farm, Marquette, NE
2016              Charlotte Street Foundation Award and Grant Finalist, Kansas City, MO
2015-2016    Member, Research Administration, 50/50 Gallery, Kansas City, MO
2015              Reflections/Casts, Public Installation, Downtown Council's Art in the Loop, Kansas City, MO
2012-2014    Urban Culture Project Studio Residency, Charlotte Street Foundation, Kansas City, MO
2013              Resident, TA, Kansas City Art Institute’s New York Studio Residency Program, AICAD, NY
2012              Artist Inc. Live Professional Workshop Fellow, Kansas City, MO

SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2019              MILD PAL, New Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2016              What Remains, Haw Contemporary, Kansas City, MO, with Molly Kaderka
2014              ALL MET, MCC-Longview Cultural Arts Center, Lee's Summit, MO
2013              Awareness, City Ice Arts, Kansas City, MO, with Jason Bailer Losh (curated by Gehry Kohler)
2013              Rises Zora, La Esquina, Kansas City, MO, with Gerry Trilling (curated by Jamilee Polson Lacy)

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2021              Market Place, Sincerely, Tommy, Brooklyn, NY
2020              What’s in Your Queue?, Straight Line Studio, Snowmass Village, CO
2018              Living Room, Secret Project Robot, Brooklyn, NY
2018              Anxious Abstraction, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, KS
2017              Nite Lite, Re: Art Show, Pfizer Building, Brooklyn, NY (curated by Kristin Walsh)
2016              Fresh, Epsten Gallery, Leawood, KS
2016              40th Anniversary Show, Artist's Gallery, Omaha, NE
2015              Show Me the Love, Rebekah Templeton Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (curated by Plug Projects)
2014              RE-FEED, Paragraph Gallery, Kansas City, MO
2013              Thank You Come Again, So What Space, Brooklyn, NY
2013              Walkabout, Paragraph Gallery, Kansas City, MO,
2013              Soma Athanaton, Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO with Alli Litwicki
2013              If Only a Fool, City Ice Arts, Kansas City, MO, (*curator)
2013              Line, Pattern, Repeat, Warehouse Gallery, Kansas City, MO
2012              Plug Projects Grab Bag Project, MDW Art Fair, Chicago, IL, organized by Plug Projects
2012 2012     Kansas City Flatfile, H&R Block Artspace, Kansas City, MO
2012              These Proxies, City Arts Project, Kansas City, MO, with Julian Chams, Alli Litwicki and Mason Sexton
2012              Nuetral Space, Spraybooth Gallery, Kansas City, MO
2012              XOXO, Spraybooth Gallery, Kansas City, MO (curated by Andrew Lyles)
2012              Close to Something Carnegie Arts Center, Leavenworth, KS (curated by Jonah Criswell)

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2020              Aspen Times, “Snowmass Art Show Focuses on Quarantine, Isolation
                      Experiences”, July 2020, (aspentimes.com)
2018              Whitehot Magazine, “Anxious Abstraction at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art” (whitehotmagazine.com)
2016              The Pitch, “New Exhibitions at Haw and KCAC Look Back in Different Ways” (pitch.com)
2015              Artblog, “October Picks” (theartblog.org)
2014              Informality, Miranda Clark, “Short Review; All Met” (informalityblog.com)
2013              Bad At Sports, Jamilee Polson-Lacy, “Kansas City Wishes You Were Here (And Everywhere Else)” (badatsports.com)
2013              Wichelroede, “Featured Artist Page: Chris Daharsh and Alli Litwicki” (wichelroede.net)
2013              Explore KC, “Nelson’s Music in the Galleries” (explorekansascity.com)
2012              Spray Booth Gallery, Neil Thrun, "Neutral Spaces, Empty Geometry: Why all artists need to re-engage with Ideology"
2012              The Pitch, Theresa Bembnister, “XOXO Rediscovers the Salon in the Age of Crowdsourcing” (pitch.com)