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MFA Alum Tariku Shiferaw to Start New Residency, Open Solo Show, Feature in Multiple Group Shows

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New Black (Goldlink), 2017, acrylic on canvas, 60×48″
On display at “Into Action”

Residency at Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA)

January 24 – February 3


Artist-Talk at VCFA’s MFA program

January 25

9 AM


Panel Discussion on Abstraction (VCFA MFA program)

January 31

1 PM

Shiferaw will be participating alongside artist Alteronce Gumby and curator/gallery director of SOHO20 Rachel Steinberg, who will be moderating the talk.


Only God Can Judge Me

Solo Exhibition

College Hall Vault

January 28

Montpelier, Vermont

This exhibition is part of Shiferaw’s winter 2018 residency at Vermont College of Fine Arts’ MFA program, in which he will give an artist talk and participate in a panel discussion alongside artist Alteronce Gumby and curator Rachel Steinberg.


The Paddock III: Posted to Paris

January 10—20, 2018

Organized by the Paddock group, Galerie Abstract Project, Paris, France.

This is a traveling exhibition, which began in Sydney, Australia and continued to New York, and now currently on display in Paris, France. It will continue to travel throughout Europe and, eventually, back to Sydney in mid-2018.

More here.


Into Action

January 13—21, 2018

Los Angeles, CA

Organized by Taskforce and For Freedoms.

INTO ACTION is a large scale pop-up art exhibition, cultural gathering and community organizing action hub in Los Angeles featuring hundreds of inspiring works of art. INTO ACTION will also house dozens of professionally crafted installations by world-renowned artists, as well as over 25 hours of live performances, symposiums/panels, and workshops.

More here.


People I Love Who Are Far Away

E-Tay Gallery

February 1—22, 2018

New York, NY

Curated by Christina Papanicola and Gina Malek

Our exhibition focuses on artists whose practices have been touched in some way by migration. The works embrace issues that intersect with immigration including human rights, international politics, absence, colonialism and identity– revealing the capacity of art to speak to the strength and resilience of the immigrant community. There will also be a special performance by Victoria Udondian that interrogates the nature of borders, immigration, and privilege by simulating and recontextualizing the frustrating experience of obtaining a visa at a customs office.

More here.


HyphenAmerica

Gallery 102

February 5th—March 2

Washington, D.C.

Curated by Tsedaye Makonnen and Alexandra Delafkaran

HyphenAmerica is a multi-disciplinary group show with performances and a panel discussion including artists with backgrounds from varying cultures that identify as first generation Americans or Immigrant-Americans or have grown up with immigrant parent(s) in America. Curated by Tsedaye Makonnen and Alexandra Delafkaran. Gallery 102 is located at George Washington University.


See more about Shiferaw and his work here.

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