Camayuhs is pleased to announce it's first ever Flat File program. Chosen from an open call that attracted artists from across the country, the 25 that were selected represent an array of approaches towards flat media: drawing, painting, printmaking, photography and sculpture. Flat File opens January 25th and will remain on view until February 22nd. After that, the works will remain in the gallery through the end of the year, but will be in the drawers of the flat file cabinet. Throughout the year, visitors are welcome to browse and acquire artworks from the flat file. Individual pieces from the program will be selectively highlighted via social media throughout the year. After the exhibition, all works can be viewed and purchased on the Camayuhs website as well.

 

 

Artists:

Steven L. Anderson is an Atlanta-based exhibiting artist and Co-Director of Day & Night Projects—an artist-run gallery in Atlanta that he helped initiate in 2016. Anderson is a recipient of the 2019 Denis Diderot [A-i-R] Grant at Château d’Orquevaux Artist Residency in Orquevaux, France. He was awarded a 2018–19 Artist Project Grant from the Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, and was a 2018 Fulton County Fine Art Acquisition Program finalist. Anderson was a TAR Project Therapeutic Artist Resident in 2016–17, has been a Studio Artist at Atlanta Contemporary (2013–16), a 2015 Hambidge Center Distinguished Fellow, and a 2014–15 WonderRoot Walthall Artist Fellow. Anderson’s sketchbooks are in the permanent collection of the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library at Emory University. Steven is a graduate of the University of Michigan and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States since 1996.

 

Emily Burns (b. Warrenton, VA) is an artist, designer, and curator. She holds a BFA in Drawing and Painting and an MFA in Graphic Design from The Pennsylvania State University. She recently curated "Linger Still" a solo show of work by Kaveri Raina at Assembly Room in New York City, and the group show "Biophilia" at Unpaved Gallery in Yucca Valley, CA. She is curating upcoming exhibitions at Left Field Gallery in Los Osos, CA, and Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn. She is the founding editor and curator of the contemporary art publication Maake Magazine, an independent print publication featuring the work of contemporary artists and artist-run projects. She is also the founder and director of Maake Projects, a new exhibition space in central PA. As an artist, her work has been exhibited both internationally and throughout the United States, including solo shows at Adventureland Gallery (Chicago), three- person exhibition at 111 Minna Gallery (San Francisco), and group exhibitions at The Lodge Gallery and John Molloy Gallery (New York City), Transmitter, Trestle Gallery, and Tiger Strikes Asteroid (Brooklyn) 24-Hour Charlie’s (Los Angeles), and Galleri Urbane (Dallas). Her work has been featured in media such as Beautiful Decay, Hi-Fructose, and Juxtapoz. She attended a post-baccalaureate program in painting at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA and received an artist residency fellowship to attend Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. She has been invited as a visiting curator at BRIC Brooklyn, and the NARS Foundation, in Brooklyn, NY. She is currently an Assistant Professor at The Pennsylvania State University.

 

Trey Burns was born in Goldsboro, NC in 1984, and grew up in Georgia, where he attended the Savannah College of Art & Design and received an MFA in 2008. Trey currently resides with his wife in Dallas, TX where they co-organize Sweet Pass Sculpture Park and a new media exhibition space, SP2. As a serial collaborator, his work ranges from a collective photography archive WESSELCASTLE (2012-2016) to the speculative meta-fiction project NGHBRS (2013- ongoing). Primarily a lens-based artist, Burns also explores book-making, installation, video and sound. His work has been shown at the Ecole Nationale d’Architecture Paris, Malaquais Gallery (Paris, France) Pavillion Vendôme (Clichy-la-Garenne, France), the St. Paul’s Cultural Center (Chicago, IL), Wassaic Projects (Wassaic, NY), Trestle Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), and solo exhibitions at The May Gallery (New Orleans, LA), The Hand (Queens, NY) and et al Projects (Brooklyn, NY).

 

Jesse Butcher (b. 1982) is an artist and educator currently living in Memphis, TN. Butcher received a BFA from The Rhode Island School Of Design in 2005 and an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2011. Butcher has been an artist in residence at the Graham Foundation during the Breaking Glass Summer Seminar and a HATCH Resident Artist at the Chicago Artists Coalition. Curatorial projects include Okay Mountain and MASS Gallery in Austin, TX. He is a Co-founder of Walls Divide Press. Classes taught include “Introduction to Photographic Image Making,” “Damaged: Punk and Images” and “Exploratory Media.” His recent exhibitions include IN FOCUS at the Phoenix Art Museum in Phoenix, AZ, America at PhilMOCA at Philadelphia, PA, and No Fate But What We Make at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN.

 

Conner Calhoun is a queer, multi-media artist based in Raleigh, NC, and has been working as the special projects coordinator at LUMP projects since January 2017. Inspired by illuminated manuscripts, faerie gardens, gay wizards, and glitter dungeons Calhoun creates visual metaphors and stories. Spider web songs, sunflowers in the shapes of UFOs, and sparkly gay wizards they use the tools of rhetoric against its self, questioning the story as moral compass. They received a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in Visual and Critical Studies. Their most recent projects include a solo exhibition at LUMP projects, Whispers from Wizard Mountain. A public art piece at Dorothea Dix Park, Write me without roots. A two-person show with Bill Thelen, Soft Power, at My Room (Carborro NC). They have been awarded the Regional Emerging Artist Residency at Art Space NC (2016), the Leipzig International Artist in Residence Scholarship (2016), and the Rhodes Family Scholar Award for Mixed Media (2016) and they were recently chosen to be the Artist in Residence at Obracadobra (Oaxaca, Mexico) for the Summer of 2019. Their most recent curatorial projects include a group show at LUMP, Trace Message From Under Quarry Stone. And several evenings of experimental, noise performance. They also occasionally perform under the nickname Connie.

 

Shawn Campbell is an artist located in the Southeast United States. He earned a bachelor of fine arts with a concentration in photography from The University of Akron and a master of fine arts with a concentration in studio art from The University of Georgia. Campbell’s work engages with the military, football, religion, propaganda, and government. Its threads are woven together to form and uncover unexpected relationships between them. Borrowing from the aesthetics of Minimalism, Baroque, Pop Art, and Byzantine iconography, Campbell’s work also utilizes a variety of mediums including photography, sculpture, video, installation, and painting. The work is able to function in a broad and open manner due to its recognizable media and art-historical references, presenting questions and granting the viewer the opportunity to connect within the work openly.

 

Jerstin Crosby is a visual artist from Alabama who makes his home in Chapel Hill, NC, following time in Pittsburgh and New York. As an artist, his concerns focus on abstract human forms in a variety of materials. These heads, informed by deep rooted influence of folk arts and crafts from the south, often border on non-representational and allow for humor in their execution. Jerstin is also an art director, and grass roots arts organizer who has curated an evolving multimedia exhibition venue called Acid Rain, since 2008. The platfform began as a cable access show for video art in NC and NYC before morphing into its current state as 3 video monitors located in two venues in Chapel Hill and has involved over 90 artists to date. Jerstin is an MFA graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2005) and received a BFA from the University of Alabama. HIs personal and collaborative work has been shown in venues such as International Print Center of New York, The Nasher Museum of Art (Durham), Knockdown Center (Queens), The Queens Museum, Kallio Kunsthalle (Helsinki), Regina Miller Gallery (Carnegie Mellon University) and The Mattress Factory Art Museum (Pittsburgh). His work has been published in exhibition catalogs, and reviewed in publications such as Art Forum International and Art Papers. For more information visit jerstincrosby.com, or intagram.com/jerstinc.

 

Anna Nelson-Daniel is an artist and arts writer currently living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. Nelson-Daniel earned a Master's degree in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art (London, 2014) and a Bachelor's degree in Art History and Visual Arts at Emory University (Atlanta, 2012). Her artwork has exhibited internationally as well as with Atlanta-based organizations including Dashboard Co-Op, TILA Studios and Brickworks Gallery. Additionally, she has lectured on the intersection of contemporary art and public discourse at the Tate Modern (London). Her arts writing has been published with ArtsATL, Burnaway, Glasstire, The Rib, and Art Papers Magazine.

 

Ellie Dent (b. 1991) was born in Baltimore, Maryland and received a BFA in painting, drawing, and printmaking from Towson University in 2013 and a MFA from the University of Georgia in 2017. She has exhibited work at the Georgia Museum of Art, Marcia Wood Gallery, Day & Night Projects, Terrault Contemporary, MINT as well as exhibited with Satellite Projects during Art Basel Miami 2015. She was named one of MINT's 2019 Leap Year Arists. Her work has been published in Hyperallergic, ArtsATL and SciArt Magazine. She is currently faculty at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia where she resides.

 

Austin Eddy earned his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2009. Since 2009 he has been exhibiting national and internationally. His solo shows since 2012 include a two-person exhibition at Denny Gallery in New York, New York, Launch F-18 Gallery, New York, New York; Roberto Paradise, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Christian Berst, New York, New York; Bendixen Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Denmark; The Horticultural Society, New York, New York; the University of Kentucky Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky; Important Projects, Oakland, California; Conduit Gallery, Dallas, Texas, Half Gallery, New York, New York; and most recently, SoCo Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina. He has participated in group shows, including The Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, Michigan; Museum Of Contemporary Art, Atlanta, Georgia; The New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire; Adams And Ollman, Portland, Oregon; Coburn Projects, London, United Kindgom; Brand New Gallery; Milan, Italy; Galleri Thomassen, Goteborg, Sweden; Charlotte Fogh Gallery, Aarhus, Denmark.

 

Larkin Ford spent his formative years in a small town in western North Carolina. He earned his BFA degree at UNC Asheville and his MFA at Georgia State University. He was one of The Oxford American magazine’s New Superstars of Southern Art. He has exhibited work at Whitespace, the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Thomas Deans Gallery, Gallery 72, and Eyedrum. Ford teaches as a Visiting Lecturer in Drawing and Painting at GSU.

 

Jessica Harvey is an artist who explores the myths we create for ourselves and nature while trying to preserve a more desired history. She received an MFA in photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art and was awarded a Fulbright Grant to Iceland. Harvey has attended residencies at Ox-Bow, Wassaic, MASS MoCA, ACRE, Anderson Ranch, Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, The Luminary, LATITUDE, and Vermont Studio Center. Exhibitions include shows at The Wassaic Project (Wassaic, NY), Coop Gallery, (Nashville, TN), Heaven Gallery (Chicago, IL), The Luminary (St. Louis, MO), Good Weather (Little Rock, AR), ACRE Projects (Chicago, IL), and the Gilcrease Museum (Tulsa, OK). She is currently a 2019-2020 recipient of the Tulsa Artist Fellowship.

 

Sarah Jones is a Los Angeles based artist working in installation, sculpture, and drawing. She holds a BFA in Sculpture from the University of Houston and a MFA in Fiber and Material Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Jones has presented recent solo exhibitions at the A+D Architecture and Design Museum and Adjunct Positions in Los Angeles, and has been included in group exhibitions at the Sugar Lab, Los Angeles; Western Exhibitions, Chicago; and the Lawndale Art Center, Houston.

 

María Korol was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1980 and moved to the United States in 2004. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in painting from Indiana University, Bloomington. She has shown her paintings and drawings nationally and internationally in places as far afield as Bogotá, New York, Berlin, and Atlanta. Her artwork is in the collections of the University of California-Irvine, Agnes Scott College and numerous private collections. She had distinguished scholarships for residencies at the Hambidge Center, the Akademie der Künste in Berlin, and the Women's Art Institute. She was selected for The Creatives Project (2018-20) and the Hughley Fellowship (2019), and is the recipient of the inaugural Edge Award (2020) with the Forward Arts Foundation. She is a visiting professor at Agnes Scott College. María Korol is based in Atlanta, GA.

 

Marlon Kroll is a German/Canadian artist living and working in Montreal. Working with the vernacular of our possessions and surroundings, his work is a form of speculative anthropology, tracing the uncanny connections between things and forms, and documenting what they say about us; what whispers in the dark. He holds a BFA in Ceramics from Concordia University and is one of nine laureates of the Darling Foundry’s 2019-2022 Montreal Studio Program, where his studio was generously sponsored by Ann Birks and Caroline Andrieux. He has shown his work in solo and group exhibitions, including a solo at Clint Roenisch, Toronto and Parisian Laundry, Montreal (2019); Interstate Projects, Brooklyn and Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal (2019); Central Park, Los Angeles; Galerie René Blouin, Montreal; 8-Eleven, Toronto (2018); Solo at Soon.tw, Montreal (2017).

 

Natalie Lerner - b. Sarasota, FL, 1992. Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

 

Bradley Marshall lives and works in Nashville, TN. He attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and received his MFA from East Tennessee State University in 2018. He is a curatorial member of the artist-run project space Coop Gallery, and is currently a visiting assistant professor in photography at Austin Peay State University. His work has been shown nationally and internationally, with recent exhibitions including Profound Movement: 2019 Center Annual at Houston Center of Photography in Houston, TX, and Seen When Spoken at Skylab Gallery in Columbus, OH.

 

Nicholas Moenich (b. 1985) is a Brooklyn-based artist born in Cleveland, OH with a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art and a MFA from Hunter College. Exhibitions include: Wild Blue Yonder: Kari Cholnoky & Nicholas Moenich at Disturb the Neighbors, New York, NY (2019); The Garden of Earthly Delights, curated by Timothy Bergstrom, Washington Art Center, Washington, CT (2019); a solo project with Disturb the Neighbors at NADA NY (2018); Actually Weird, Underonk, Brooklyn, NY (2018); Hyperactif: Alexander Calder, Larry Bell, Nicholas Moenich at D’Agostino & Fiore, New York, NY (2015). Moenich is a 2019-2020 recipient of the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program Award. In the fall of 2016, he curated Shroom Show at helper, Brooklyn, NY. In 2014, he was a visiting artist resident at Anderson Ranch in Snowmass Village, Colorado and was also a lecturer and panelist at the “Corporeal Texture Conference” at the University of Cincinnati. He was awarded the Tony Smith Award in 2011. Other projects include Won Eh, a curatorial project with Lauren Clay and TASP, a self-published zine with Justin Q Martin.

 

Erin Murray received her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and has since exhibited widely in cities including Philadelphia, PA, New York, NY, Portland, OR, and Wilmington, DE. She has been the recipient of awards and honors including the Pollock- Krasner Foundation Grant, the West Collects acquisition prize, the Fleisher Wind Challenge Exhibition Grant and a Center for Emerging Visual Artists fellowship. Her work has been published twice in New American Paintings and has been featured in various registries and flat file programs including Mother Gallery (Beacon), White Columns (NYC) and Tiger Strikes Asteroid (NYC). She recently spent five years as member and Facilities chair of the artist-run collective Vox Populi in Philadelphia, where she currently divides her time between art-making, parenthood and property management.

 

Yoon Nam A definite “in-betweener” of a variety of interests and hobbies, Yoon was born and reared in Korea. She holds a Ph.D. in 16th and 17th century English literature, is a DJ and loves records, and also likes to draw and paint. She lives in Atlanta with her husband, a beautiful cat named Reginald, and a new addition to the household, a cat named Spicy.

 

Serena Perrone holds an M.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design and is the Head of Printmaking at Georgia State University. Her work is included in numerous permanent collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, and Philadelphia Museum of Art. She was nominated for a Pew Fellowship in 2017 and is a Pollock-Krasner Grant recipient. Outside of the academic year she resides in Italy, where she is the Founder and Director of Officina Stamperia del Notaio, an international artists' residency program and printmaking studio in Sicily. She is represented by Cade Tompkins Projects.

 

Leah Piepgras (1970) is informed by brain science research: specifically Stanley Koren’s God- Brain Helmet, Jill Bolte-Taylor’s book My Stroke of Insight, and the coastline paradox, ultimately extrapolating that we have the ability to see more than what is visible, if we are given the tools to look. Piepgras believes that the act of self-reflection is part of the primal urge to deeply understand our inner and outer surroundings. Through drawing, sculpture and installation, she supplies the viewer with tools to deconstruct and reassess the relationship to the self, while examining a connection to a greater physical experience. She holds a BFA in sculpture from the Kansas City Art Institute and an MFA from Carnegie Mellon. Piepgras has shown nationally and internationally. Select exhibitions include: the Spring Break Art Fair in New York, Hall Space in Boston, Grin Gallery in Providence; the Sarah Doyle Gallery at Brown University, St. Botolph’s Foundation in Boston, MA; the Bass Museum in Miami, FL; The Chelsea Art Museum in New York, and the Cushing-Martin Gallery at Stonehill College.

 

Lily Roche is just happy to be here.

 

Corkey Sinks (b. Dallas, TX) is an artist and designer based in Memphis, TN. Sinks received a BA in Media Studies from the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies at the University of Redlands, CA in 2005 and an MFA in Studio Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2012. Sinks has exhibited work throughout the United States, Mexico City, and Vienna. She was the second Artist-in-Residence at Crosstown Arts in Memphis, TN, and she has participated in a number of project-based residencies including CAMP CARPA (The Craft Advanced Research Projects Agency) in 2013 and the Golden Dome School: Hierophant in 2017. In 2015, her book, Demon Baby Project: Events, Coincidences, and Repercussions was published by No Coast. Sinks runs Walls Divide Press with her partner, artist and educator Jesse Butcher, through which she designs and publishes artists’ books, zines, and multiples.

 

Jordan Stubbs (b. 1993) lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia. He received his BFA in Photography from Georgia State University in 2014. He was a cofounding member of the popular but now-shuttered artist-run project space the LOW Museum and was a 2015-2016 LEAP YEAR fellow. His work spans multiple mediums and currently incorporates mesh, epoxy clay, and drawing. Jordan has recently shown with: Showerhaus Gallery, the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, MINT Gallery, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, and Suede Gallery in Edinburgh, Scotland.