MFA Alum Kevin Quiles Bonilla Featured on Hyperallergic

MFA Fine Arts Alum Kevin Quiles Bonilla ’18 Featured in Review of ITINERANT 2018 in Hyperallergic

Kevin Quiles Bonilla performing at ITINERANT 2018. Image credit: Paulina Kim Joo

Author Benjamin Sutton mentions: “…for my money the most alluring program is Thursday evening’s at BMCC, which boasts pieces by the US artists Irene Chan and Sierra Ortega (United States), Taiwanese performer Pei-Ling Ho, Qinza Najm from Pakistan, and the Puerto Rican artist Kevin Quiles Bonilla dealing with identity, power, and violence.”

ITINERANT was created in 2010 by interdisciplinary artist Hector Canonge. The initiative was a small platform for Contemporary Performance Art, and had its origins in the monthly series A-Lab Forum that Canonge organized at Crossing Art Gallery in Flushing, Queens. Since then, the festival has introduced and featured the work of local, national and international emerging and established artists introducing and featuring their work at local museums, art galleries, performance art spaces, and public parks.

Read the full article on Hyperallergic. Learn more about Kevin Quiles Bonilla and his practice.