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    Nicky Enright is a multimedia artist, educator, DJ, and writer.

    Working at the crossroads of audio and visual media, he 
explores the construction
    of identity, and the related theory and practice of 
currency and borders.

    He earned a BFA from The Cooper Union, and an MFA from Hunter College. 

    He has received numerous grants, residencies, and fellowships, and his art     
    is screened and exhibited internationally. 

    See what's upcoming~

    Contact: click here.

nicky enright

EDUCATION
-Hunter College, NYC, MFA, December 2008
-The Cooper Union, NYC, BFA 1996

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
-Ground Floor Gallery, NYC, "Marked Urgent," 2017
- Longwood Arts Gallery, NYC, "Bronx:Africa," 2016
-School of Visual Arts, CP Projects Space, NYC, "Crushing Debt," 2016
-Bronx Artspace, NYC, "Speak Out," 2016
-NYU Kimmel Galleries, NYC, "I/Thou, Works in Dialogue/Tribute to the Disappeared," 2015
-Rush Arts Gallery, NYC, "The Art of Revolution," 2015
-Scope Art Fair, NYC, "The Time is Now," 2015
-Smack Mellon, NYC, "Respond," 2015
-Art in Odd Places, NYC, "Free," 2014
-Emerson Gallery Berlin, Berlin, Germany, "Ecuador trifft Berlin," 2014
-Bronx Museum, NYC, Armory Arts Week 2014
-Select Art Fair, Rush Arts Gallery, Art Basel, Miami, FL, 2013
-Westwood Gallery, NYC, "NYC 25," (with Curate NYC), 2013
-Bronx River Art Center, NYC, "MAPnificent," 2013
-ABC No Rio, NYC, "I'll Show You Mine...," 2013
-Proyector, Festival Internacional de Videoarte, Spain, France, Portugal, Mexico, 2013
-NURTUREart, NYC, "Cashing Out," 2013
-Rush Arts Gallery, NYC, "Dimensions Variable: Multiracial Identity," 2013
-No Longer Empty, NYC, "How Much Do I Owe You?," 2012-13
-University of Maryland UMUC Gallery, College Park, MD, "Vista," 2012
-The World Bank, Washington D.C., "About Change," 2012
-No Longer Empty, NYC, "This Side of Paradise," 2012
-Art Museum of the Americas, Washington D.C., "Ñew York," 2012
-Region 0, Latino Film Festival, NYC, then traveled to Spain, Mexico, Cuba, & Argentina, 2011-12
-Triangle Arts Association, NYC, "100 x100," 2011
-BRAC on the Block, NYC, "Shifting Communities," 2011
-Bronx Museum, NYC, "The First AIM Biennial," 2011
-Taller Boricua, NYC, "See What I Mean," 2010 - 2011
-Third Streaming, NYC, "Bite: Street-Inspired Art & Fashion," 2010
-Exit Art, NYC, "Global/National," 2010
-41 Cooper Square Gallery, The Cooper Union, NYC, "Rites of Passage," 2010
-Rush Arts Gallery, NYC, "Borderlines," 2009 - 2010
-Longwood Art Gallery, NYC, "Anthem," 2010
-Exit Underground, NYC, "America for Sale," 2009
-The Ice Box, Crane Arts, Philadelphia, PA, "Diálogo 365," 2009
-Times Square Gallery, Hunter College, "MFA Thesis Exhibition" 2008 - 2009
-Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, "Digital Art Expo," Los Angeles, CA, 2008
-Times Square Gallery, Hunter College, NYC, "MAs Select MFAs", 2007
-The Lab, NYC, "Macromix," audio-visual performances, various dates between May - September, 2007
-Lehman College Art Gallery, NYC, “Bronx Bound,” 2006
-Artists Space, NYC, group show, "Abaca Public Art Projects," 2001

SELECTED PUBLIC COMMISSIONS
-Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, Washington D.C., "Silk Road Remixed," Washington Performing Arts, 2015
-Performa 2009 at El Museo del Barrio, NYC
-The Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., 2008 Folklife Festival Commission in conjunction with NASA
-MTA Arts for Transit, NYC, 2007, permanent faceted-glass installation for 225th street station
-NASA, Washington D.C., 2000

SELECTED AWARDS
-A Blade of Grass Foundation, NYC, Fellow, 2013
-apexart, NYC, International Fellow, Thailand 2010
-AIM Program, Bronx Museum, NYC, 2010
-Bronx Council on the Arts, BRIO Award & Grant, NYC, 2009
-Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Fellowship & Residency, Sweet Briar, VA, 2001-2002
-Atlantic Center for the Arts, Artist’s Residency & Fellowship, New Smyrna Beach, FL, 2001
-Longwood Arts Project, NYC, Studio Residency, 1999
-L’École Nationale Supérieure Des Arts Décoratifs, Full Scholarship, Paris, France, 1994-95

SELECTED PRESS/BOOKS
-The apexart Fellowship: An Experiment in Vertical Cultural Integration, apexart book, 2017
-NY Minute Magazine, "Debt Down to an Art," C. Peta, 2/8/16
-MarketWatch, "When Art Imitates Life," J. Berman, 2/5/16
-NY Daily News, "Longwood Arts Project celebrates Africa in Bronx," J. Mccallister, 1/24/16
-The Riverdale Press, "Show explores borough's ties to Africa," W. Speros, 1/28/16
-Hyperallergic, "A Virtual Quilt of Remembrance...," L. Mallonee, 4/27/15
-Christie's Post War & Contemporary Art, "Armory Arts Week: 6 Reasons to be Cheerful," 3/2/15
-The New York Times, "Raging at Racism, From Streets to Galleries," Holland Cotter, 1/22/15
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The Wall Street Journal, "A New York Artist Who Makes Money - Literally," M. Casey, 11/11/14
-New York's Underground Art Museum, MTA Arts & Design, 2014
-Artist Files, A Blade of Grass Book, 2013
-Whitehot Magazine,
"No Longer Empty at The Andrew Freedman Home," Rebecca Rothberg, May 2012
-Art Practical,
"From the Bronx: This Side of Paradise," Christine Wong Yap, Spring 2012
-The Riverdale Press,
"The case of the missing Globos," Kate Pastor, 5/30/12
-Hyperallergic, "The Bronx's Favorite Abandoned Mansion Becomes a Home for Art," Howard Hurst, 5/3/12
-arts.observer,
"Key Component: Pianos are Making a Play in the Visual Art World," 4/26/12
-arts.observer,
"This Side of Paradise," 4/10/12
-Huffington Post,
"The Cultural Landscape Architects: Yona Backer," Julie Chae, 3/29/12
-New York Times, "Uptown Palazzo Project," Randy Kennedy, 3/19/12
-Washingtonian Magazine,
Art Review: “Ñew York” at the Art Museum of the Americas, Beth Shook, 3/9/12
-Performa 09: Back to Futurism
, by Roselee Goldberg, Performa Books, 2011
-Art F City, "Bronx Calling, The First AIM Biennial: Profit and Loss," Whitney Kimball, 7/21/11
-HyperAllergic, "Bronx Calling: The First AIM Biennial," Allison Meier7/18/11
-Forbes Magazine, “Selling An America No One Wants To Buy,” by Sarah Wolff, 10/23/09
-NASA/ART: 50 Years of Exploration, Abrams book, 2008
-Along The Way: MTA Arts for Transit, Sandra Bloodworth, 2006
-NY Post, “The Art of Protest,” Celia San Miguel, 12/1/04
-NY Daily News, "Kids Make a Scene at School," T. El-Ghobashy, 8/1/00
-Public Art Review, "Recent Projects," J. Becker, Fall 2000
-NY Daily News, "Museum 100 Years Young," J. Shelby, 12/14/99
-The New York Times, "Way Up in the Bronx A Hardy Spirit Blooms," Holland Cotter, 5/7/99

SELECTED TEACHING
-Riverdale Country School, NYC, Projects in Contemporary Art, Life Drawing, Studio Arts, 2010 - Present
-Museum of Modern Art, NYC, The Art of Digital Culture, 2009
-Horace Mann School, NYC, initiated the Multimedia program, Drawing&Painting, 2001 - 03, & ‘04 – 08
-Hunter College, NYC, Advanced Drawing, T.A. with Prof. Andrea Blum, 2007
-Fieldston School, NYC, D&P, Printmaking, Life Drawing, Multimedia Art, 2003 – 2004
-The Cooper Union, NYC, Drawing, 2000
-Henry Street Settlement, NYC, Painting, 1997- ‘98
-The Cooper Union Saturday Program, NYC, Portfolio-Preparation, 1992 - ‘96
-The School for the Physical City (New Visions School), NYC, Studio Art, 1993 - ‘96

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