Chioma Ebinama

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Chioma Ebinama
b. 1988 U.S.A.
LIVES AND WORKS IN BROOKLYN, NY


EDUCATION

2016 MFA Illustration as Visual Essay, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
2010 BFA Sociology, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA


SELECT EXHIBITIONS

2018 

Gods of the Wilderness, 16/16 and IAMISIGO, Lagos, Nigeria; curator: hFactor Collective (solo)
Penumbras, Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York, NY; curator: Raphael Guilbert (solo)
In a Silent Way, Dak'art Biennial (offsite), Dakar, Senegal; curators: Bisi Silva and Stephanie Baptist
Ritual for A New Direction, Spring/Break Art Show, New York, NY; curator: Raphael Guilbert (solo)

2016  

The Thesis Show, SVA Chelsea Gallery, New York, NY

2015 

 The Book Show, SVA Flatiron Gallery, New York, NY

RESIDENCIES

2018 16x16 Artist Residency, Lagos, Nigeria
2018 Canal Street Market Residency, New York, NY

AWARDS

2016 3x3 Magazine International Illustration Competition (Silver Medal)
2016 SVA Alumni Illustration Award
2016 Joan Coyne Illustration Award
2015 Joan Coyne Illustration Award
2014 Joan Coyne Illustration Award
2014 AKA Broadway Scholarship (Runner Up)
2014 Communication Arts Student Showcase

COLLECTIONS

Tiroche DeLeon Collection, Tel Aviv, Israel
Wellington Management Collection, Boston, MA 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Selvin, Claire, “In Seventh Edition, Spring/Break, Strange as Ever, Responds to World’s Tense Cultural Climate,” Mar. 6, 2018, ARTNews. online.
Harriman, Kat,”Snowed Under: Armory Week 2018,” Mar. 16, 2018, Ocula. online.
Gomez, Lauren Pellarano, “Feature Interviews from Spring Break,” Boston Art Review, Issue 1, 2018
Myles, Hollie, Feature Interview, Mar. 19, 2018, Intern Mag. online.


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