The EXPOSURE section, installed on the main floor of the exposition, features solo and two-artist presentations represented by galleries ten years and younger. Focusing on a curated selection of emerging artists, EXPOSURE 2019 exhibitors were curated by Naima J. Keith, Vice President of Education and Public Programs at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
EXPO CHICAGO 2019.
EXPO CHICAGO 2019.
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About the 2019 Curator
Naima J. Keith is currently the Vice President of Education and Public Programs at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). As Deputy Director and Chief Curator at The California African American Museum (CAAM), Keith organized exhibitions and built the collection, as well as guided the curatorial and education departments, and oversaw marketing and communications. Prior to joining CAAM in 2016, she was Associate Curator at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Recent exhibitions include Nicole Miller: Athens, California (2018), Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle: The Evanesced (2017), Genevieve Gaignard: Smell the Roses (2016), Rodney McMillian: Views of Main Street (2016), Artists in Residence 2014–2015 (2015), Samuel Levi Jones: Unbound (2015), Titus Kaphar (2014), Glenn Kaino (2014), Robert Pruitt (2013), The Shadows Took Shape (co-curated with Zoe Whitley, 2013) and Fore (co-curated with Lauren Haynes and Thomas J. Lax, 2012). Her historical survey, Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974–1989 (2014), traveled to the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles spring 2015 and was nominated in 2014 for a "Best Monographic Museum Show in New York" award by the International Association of Art Critics (AICA-USA). She has lectured at the Zoma Contemporary Art Center, Columbia University, The Museum of Modern Art, LACMA, USC, MCA Denver and Brooklyn Museum. Her essays have been featured in publications for The Studio Museum in Harlem, Hammer Museum, Pérez Art Museum Miami, LAXART, MoMA PS1 and NKA: Journal of Contemporary African Art. Keith holds degrees from Spelman College and UCLA and is a proud native of Los Angeles. She is the 2018 ArtTable New Leadership Awardee and the 2017 recipient of the David C. Driskell Prize in recognition of her contributions to the field of African American art history.
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El Apartamento, Havana | Diana Fonseca, Arlés del Río
BEERS London, London | Jonni Cheatwood, Milo Matthieu
Rutger Brandt Gallery, Amsterdam | Radenko Milak
Matthew Brown, Los Angeles | Kenturah Davis, Luis Flores
Cob Gallery , London | Shadi Al-Atallah
Deli Gallery, Brooklyn | Brook Hsu
Denny Dimin Gallery, New York, Hong Kong | Justine Hill, Luke Diiorio
Dio Horia and Art Platform, Athens, Mykonos | Spyros Aggelopoulos, Javier Calleja
Edel Assanti, London | Gordon Cheung
Fort Gansevoort, New York | Michelangelo Lovelace
Fridman Gallery, New York | Remy Jungerman
Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York | Matthew Craven, Angelina Gualdoni
The Hole, New York | Alex Gardner
Klowden Mann, Culver City | The estate of Sarah Cromarty
ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY, London | Stine Deja, Márton Nemes
LEE & BAE, Busan | Dae-Hun Kwon
Harlan Levey Projects, Brussels | Marcin Dudek
LUCE GALLERY, Torino | Dominic Chambers
Marinaro, New York | Danny Ferrell
Maus Contemporary, Birmingham | Leslie Smith III, Yoshishige Furukawa
NINO MIER GALLERY, Los Angeles, Cologne | Michael Bauer, Andrea Heimer
Charles Moffett, New York | Kenny Rivero
Moskowitz Bayse, Los Angeles | Jack Hoyer, Kylie White
Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles | Cammie Staros, Summer Wheat
NOME, Berlin | Kameelah Janan Rasheed
Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco | Johnny Abrahams, Elise Ferguson
Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Los Angeles | Eleanor Antin, Farrah Karapetian
Sapar Contemporary, New York | Zsofia Schweger, Jessica Campbell
Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York, Harare | Pat Phillips, Xavier Robles de Medina
Zalucky Contemporary, Toronto | Abby McGuane, Jacob Robert Whibley
Anna Zorina Gallery, New York | Alexandria Smith