1993 M.F.A./Painting, University of California, Berkeley, CA

1991 B.F.A. School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

1987 B.A., Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT



2019 DNA Residency, Provincetown, MA 

2011 Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, The Space Program, Brooklyn, NY

2009 AIRSpace, Abrons Arts Center, Studio Residency, New York, NY

2009 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

2006 Cooper Union Residency Program, New York, NY

1995 Artist In The Marketplace (AIM) Program, Bronx Museum, NY

1993 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME




Feelings, The Arts Center at Duck Creek, East Hampton, NY (guest curator solo/summer)

How Are Things on My End?, Moss Arts Center, Miles Horton Jr. Gallery, Blacksburg, VA (solo/summer)


All Natural, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, NY (solo)


Painting Paintings: A Leap of Fate, with Astrid Dick & Erika Ranee, M. David & Co., Brooklyn, NY


Sleep on the Wind, Freight+Volume Gallery, New York, NY (solo)

Broken Arrow, curated by George Negroponte, Keyes Art, Sag Harbor, NY (solo)


Pressure Drop: 2-person exhibition with Meg Lipke, Gold/scopophilia, Montclair, NJ 


2-Person installation with Bel Fullana, Freight+Volume, UNTITLED Art Fair, Miami, FLA

Dear God,: Freight+Volume Gallery, New York, NY (solo)

Psychedelic Galactica, Lesley Heller Gallery/Project Space, New York, NY(solo) 


Inside, Outside, curated by Elizabeth Ferrer, BRIC Project Room, Brooklyn, NY(solo) 

Green Rose, curated by Krista Scenna, Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (solo)


Zip-A-Dee-A, Mazmanian Art Gallery, Framingham State Univerity, Framingham, MA (solo)


These Kind, DADU, Nashville, TN (solo)

Gasoline Rainbows, LMAKgallery, New York, NY (solo) 

2015 Conversations: with Carlos Rigau, LMAKprojects, New York, NY

2010 Sweet Talk, Slate Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (solo)

1996 Funny, Weintraub/Thomas Gallery, Sacramento, CA (solo)

1995 Manner and Intent, Silverstein Gallery, New York, NY (solo)

1994 The Berkeley Connecton: with Tracy Miller, Weintraub Gallery, Sacramento, CA



The Brooklyn Artists Exhibition/200 Year Anniversary, my work selected by co-curator/artist Jeffrey Gibson, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY (October)

Christmas in July, curated by artist Wells Chandler, NADA Gallery, New York, NY

Celestial Songs, curated by artist Adrianne Rubenstein, Venus Over Manhattan, New York, NY

Le vernissage, partie deux, Brigitte Mulholland Galerie, Paris, France

Bluets and Blue, Springs Projects, DUMBO/Brooklyn, NY

Painting Deconstructed, curated by artist Leeza Meksin, Ortega y Gasset Projects, Brooklyn, NY 

La Banda 2024, Tappeto Volante Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


Library, curated by artist Glenn Goldberg, Tappeto Volante, Brooklyn, NY

The Feminine in Abstract Painting, curated by Jen Samet and Andrea Belag, The Milton Resnick & Pat Passlof Foundation, New York, NY

Come a Little Closer, DC Moore Gallery, New York, NY


New Art Dealers Alliance/NADA Miami: with Holly Coulis, Joy Curtis, Alex Dodge, Erika Ranee and Kemar Keanu Wynter, Klaus von Nichtssagend. Miami, FLA

Between States, curated by Jen Samet, M. David & Co., Brooklyn, NY

Passion, group show tribute to Lester Johnson, curated by George Negroponte, Keyes Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY

The Patriot, O'Flaherty's NYC, New York, NY

87 Franklin Inaugural, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, NY

Beyond the Surface, curated by Paul Efstathiou, Hollis Taggart Gallery, Southport, CT 

Thaw, the Landing Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 

Divinely Inspired: Celebrating Our Diffeences Through Art, curated by George Negroponte for the Tanenbaum Center, Rubin Museum of Art, NY

Afrofuturism: Re-imaging the Future by Honoring Now, a multi-site exhibition with Thornton Dial and Leslee Stradford, curated by Eden Williams and Julie Keyes, Keyes Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY

Afrofuturism: Re-imaginig the Future by Honoring Now, a multi-site exhibition with Clintel Steed, Faith Ringgold and Claude Lawrence, curated by Eden Williams and Julie Keyes, Natali/Keyes Gallery, Greenport, NY


Alignments, curated by Tracy U. McKenna, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT

Eric Hibit Presents, group show curated by artist Eric Hibit for the Studio Archive Project, online

Exuberance: Dialogues in African American Abstract Painting, Duke Hall Gallery of Art, Harrisonburg, VA

Walk the Line, curated by Elizabeth Hazan, Platform Project Space, Brooklyn, NY

Mobilizing the Landscape, curated by Emily Noelle Lambert, Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery, Keene State College, Keene, NH

Here There & Everywhere, curated by Liz Weiss, Foley Gallery, New York, NY

Paradise Island, Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects, New York, NY 


Off Canvas, curated by Yassana Croizat-Glazer, online/A Women's Thing

Intersections: The Union Square Show, curated by Priska Juschka, Lichtundfire, New York, NY

Wild Tangents, curated by Caetlynn Booth, hosted by Perch Art House, Reservoir Studios, Brooklyn, NY

Art Off-Screen, curated by Eileen Jeng, international public art project

It's Time to Stick Together: 60 Years of Collage in America, Robert Berry Gallery, online

The USPS Art Project, ArtGym, Denver, CO

The USPS Art Project, Sunset Art Studios, Dallas, TX

The USPS Art Project, The Pelham Art Center Gallery, Pelham, NY

Other Places, curated by Mark Brosseau, TSA_PDF 003, online printable exhibition

Community, Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Michigan

The Enabling Act--A Call to Arms, M. David & Co., Brooklyn, NY

Walk the Line, with: Lauriston Avery, Franklin Evans, Hiroyki Hamada, Margaux Ogden and Michelle Segre, curated by Elizabeth Hazan, Platform Project Space, Brooklyn, NY (TBA))


Ornament: Ho-Hum All Ye Faithful 3, BravinLee Programs, New York, NY

Faculty Exhibition, Paul Klapper Gallery, Queens College/CUNY, Flushing, NY

A Fairly Secret Army, Wild Palms, Dusseldof, Germany

New York, Just Like I Pictured It, curated by Elizabeth Hazan, Platform Project Space, Brooklyn, NY

Waking Dream, curated by Nick Lawrence, Freight + Volume Gallery, New York, NY

HyperAccumulators, curated by Alexandra Rutsch Brock and Elizabeth Saperstein, Pelham Arts Center, Pelham, NY

Inside Out, curated by Ali Rossi: Alicia Gibson, Erin Heinz and Allison Reimus, C'mon Everybody Gallery,Brooklyn, NY

Among Friends/Entre Amigos, curated by Alexandra Rutsch Brock, Patricia Fabricant and Beth Dary, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center, New York, NY 


Be Still Life, curated by Sue and Phil Knoll, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA 

Seven Samauri, curated by Sue and Phil Knoll, Platform Project Space, Brooklyn, NY 

Summer of Love, Freight + Volume Gallery, New York, NY

Emoji Show, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, NY

Said by Her, Lesley Heller Gallery, New York, NY 

Chromalicious, curated by Sue and Phil Knoll, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA 

Among Friends, curated by Alexandra Rutsch Brock and Patricia Fabricant, DUMBO Brooklyn, NY

LREI Invitational Art Auction, Pace Gallery, New York, NY

A RADICAL VOICE: 23 Women, curated by Janet Goleas, Southampton Arts Center, Southampton, NY

Our Now, curated by Olympia and KNC, Chinatown Soup, New York, NY


SQUARED x2, curated by Sue and Phil Knoll, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA 

BRIC Gala/Fall Auction (invitational), BRIC Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, NY

Elsewisely, curated by Paul D'Agostino, Centotto Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Spooky Show, curated by Fran Holstrom/Neesh, Aquarius Gallery, Queens, NY

True Believers, curated by artist Daniel John Gadd, hosted by David&Schweitzer Contemporary, Brooklyn, NY

Broad Stripes and Bright Stars Part II, Branford College/Yale University, New Haven, CT

Where Eagles Dare, a Neesh Interactive project,  Aquarius Gallery, Queens, NY

Gumbo, curated by Mason Saltarrelli, MAW Gallery, New York, NY

Broad Stripes and Bright Stars, The Ely Center for Contemporary Art, New Haven, CT 

Vive, invitational benefit show, Honey Ramka Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Give Voice, curated by Eileen Jen, LMAKbooks+design, New York, NY

Spaces, curated by William Crump, Station Independent Projects, New York, NY 

jux*ta*po*si*tion, curated by Lonnie Woods III, Rosenberg Gallery/NYU, New York, NY


#PussyPower, curated by Jennifer Samet and Michael David, DAVID&SCHWEITZER Contemporary, Brooklyn, NY

Flat Files: Year Four, Tiger Strikes Asteroid Gallery (TSA), Brooklyn, NY 

Electric Caresses, curated by Diana Buckley, Storefront Ten Eyck, Brooklyn, NY 

Aloe: A Language of Exaltation, FiveMyles Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

The Tide Is High, Silvermine Arts Center, curated by Chris Joy, Colonels Row/Governors Island, NY

Black and Blue Plus Orange, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA 

After Pop Life, Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA

NOMENColorATURE II, Centotto Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

NOMENColorATURE, Studio 10 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Papered Stories, LMAKgallery, New York, NY

Introspective, BravinLee programs, New York, NY

Timeline, Steinhardt/NYU, Barney Building, New York, NY

Heptadecagon: SOIL Invitational, SOIL Gallery, Seattle, WA


The Hand That Creates The I: David Humphrey, Carol Bruns and Melanie Smith, The Parlour 

Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY

Amsterdam Drawing 2015/Contemporary Art on Paper, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Improvised Showboat #9: Eye Contact, Industry CityBrooklyn, NY  

Pierogi Flat Files (2015-2018), Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 


NURTUREart benefit (invitational), The Boiler/Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Concrete Muse, curated by Krista Saunders, Dumbo Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY

Perpetual Systems, curated by Hugh O'Rourke, NYU Steinhardt/Art & Art Professions, NY

Rooted Movements, LMAKprojects, New York, NY 

Artist House Party, New Haven, CT

The Last Brucennial, New York, NY


'TOONSKIN, Artspace, New Haven, CT


40th Anniversary Celebration, The Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY

Marie Walsh Sharpe Open Studios, DUMBO Brooklyn, NY

It's a Small, Small World, Hennesey Youngman/Marilyn Minter Virgin Productions,

Family Business Gallery, New York, NY               


Die Like You Really Mean It, Allegra LaViola Gallery, New York, NY

The Art Of Collecting, Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI

Clifford Chance Space, curated by Jacob Robichaux: Deana Lawson, Brendan Fernandez,

Yashua Klos and Wardell Milan, New York, NY


Apologues, Vaudeville Park, Brooklyn, NY

Group Show, Slate Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Single Lady, curated by Candice Madey, Kate Gilmore and Jenny Salomon, Brooklyn, NY

AIRSpace 2010 Exhibition, Artists-in-Residence, Abrons Arts Center, New York, NY

Ves*sel, curated bu Kenya Robinson, The Brennan Gallery, Jersey City, NJ         


Elsewhere, curated by Shinique Smith, SALTWORKS Gallery, Atlanta, GA: Jennie C. Jones, 
Christine Bailey, Marcus Morales, Mickalene Thomas and Sean Ryan.

African Americana, curated by Kenya Robinson, The Brennan Gallery, Jersey City, NJ: Mike Cloud, 
Rashaad Newsome and Hank Willis Thomas.


Yes, We're Open, Yes! Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

She's So Articulate, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA

Black: A Celebration of African American Art Sacramento Area Collections, 40 Acres Art 

Gallery, Sacramento, CA


Cooper Union Summer Residency Program, Cooper Union School of Art, New York, NY


African-American Art and Artifacts, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA


"Size Matters", Gale Gates Gallery, DUMBO Brooklyn, NY


Kenny Schachter's Inside Out Art Fair, New York, NY 


Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) Exhibition, Bronx Museum, NY

Yale Summer School of Music and Art, Norfolk, CT: Christian Schumann, Scott Grodesky, Prudencio
Irazabal and Lisa Yuskavage.

95 Degrees, Silverstein Gallery, New York, NY

Group Show, Mad River Post, New York, NY


Gen Art, Cristinerose Gallery, New York, NY

Emerging Artists: Debora Warner and Will Cotton, Silverstein Gallery, New York, NY  

Comic Influences, Susan Cummins Gallery, Mill Valley, CA

An Exploration of Color, Bomani Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Gathering Medicine, Art in General, New York, NY


Cherry Bomb, Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, CA 

Introductions, William Sawyer Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Introductions, Judith Weintraub Gallery, Sacramento, CA

University of California, Berkeley MFA Exhibition, University Art Museum, Berkeley, CA


Senior Thesis Exhibition, Ezra Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT




Visiting Artist/Guest Critic, hosted by artist/professor Sharon Horvath, Purchase College, SUNY, NY(forthcoming)

Guest Artist/Panel Discussion: "The Feminine in Abstract Painting", with Clare Grill, Pam Glick, Erika Ranee and curator Jennifer Samet, moderated by curator/exhibition artist Andrea Belag, The Milton Resnick & Pat Passlof Foundation, April 27, New York, NY

Studio Visit with undergraduate painting class/F.I.T., led by Professor/artist Andrew Payzner, NY

"A Studio Visit with Erika Ranee, ('93)", Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, NY

Visiting Artist/Guest Critic, hosted by Vera Iliatova, Sarah Lawrence College, NY

Lecture for RISD/Brown University, "A Prehistory of Contemporary Art/PAINT 4503 and 4515", hosted by Greg Lindquist

Studio Visit with MFA students led by Professors/artists Leeza Meksin and Wells Chandler, Cornell University, NY


Internship Hosting Project: New York Arts Program, NYC

Visiting Artist: STABLE Art Center, Washington, DC

Visiting Artist Critic: MFA Students/American University, Washington, DC

"Painting Through Time: a conversation with Theresa Daddezio, Erika Ranee and Jen Hitchings", via DC Moore Gallery, September 24th.

Visiting Artist Critic:Yellow Chair Salon/M. David & Co., online, August 24th

Visiting Artist Critic: Yellow Chair Salon/M. David & Co., online, August 23rd

Visiting Artist/MFA Critiques: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), Philadelphia, PA

Group Critique Course: NYC Crit Club/Summer

Visiting Artist: Pace University, New York, NY


Visiting Artist: Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA

Visiting Critic for NYC Crit Club, hosted by artist Amna Asghar, online

Visiting Artist: Q & A hosted by artist Matt Phillips, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY

Visiting Artist: MFA Visual Lecture Series, New England College/Institute of Art & Design, Henniker, NH


Guest Artist/Panel Discussion: "Summer 2018 Exhibition Artists": Erika Ranee, Victoria Bothwell Feis, Kennedy Yanko. Phoebe Grip and Nicole Awai, BRIC House, Brooklyn, NY.


Artist Member of Tiger Strikes Asteroid Gallery (TSA), an artist-run, non-profit arts organization, New York branch.


Visiting Critic for NYC Crit Club, Member Studio, hosted by artist Hilary Doyle, Brooklyn, NY


2016-2022 Adjunct Professor, Queens College/CUNY, NY

Juror for Sharpe Walentas Studio Program

2015-2022 Adjunct Professor, Queens College/CUNY

2013 Studio Visit with students from California College of Arts, Linda Geary, Drawing/Painting Chair, CCA


Juror for Abrons Arts Center AIRspace Residency/2011-2012

Visiting Artist/Lecture, Steinhardt School Art and Art Professions/ NYU


Visiting Artist/Lecture, Steinhardt School/Art and Art Professions/NYU

2007- on, Adjunct Professor, Steinhardt School/Art and Art Professions, NYU



Sound & Vision, hosted by artist Brian Alfred, February, 2021




East End Capital: Installation for a commercial Space at 141 East Houston St., New York, NY

Brooklyn Crossing: Public lounge installation for a residential building, Prospect Heights/Brooklyn, NY



2023 Anonymous Was a Woman award recipient

2021 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), Fellowship for Painting

2015 Nominated/Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant

2014 Nominated/American Academy of Arts and Letters

2011 The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation Grant 2011-2012

1996  New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), Fellowship for Painting

1994 Nominated/ American Academy in Rome



Steinhauer, Jillian, "What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries in June", New York Times, June 19, 2024 (photo)

Bland, Susan, "Artists'Bold Color and Dynamic Composition Capture Moments in Time", Virginia Tech News, May 24, 2024

Duron, Maximiliano, "Anonymous Was A Woman Names 2023 Winners...", ARTnews, December 14, 10:10am 

Linquist, Greg, Erika Ranee "All Natural", Artforum/Critic's Pick, March 7, 2023

Ologundudu, Folasade, "Art Advisor Eden Williams Champions Artists of Color on the East End", Cultured Magazine, July 14, 2022, Vol 1, p22.

Garone, Sabrina, "A Manhattan Gallery Finds a New Home in Southport", WSHU Public Radio/CT (NPR Member), March 9, 2022, 8:32am EST.

Segal, Mark, "The Art Scene", The East Hampton Star, Thursday, March 3, 2022, Vol. CXXXV, No. 34, photo page C2.

Hinkle, Annette, "Exploring Afrofuturism: Black Artists Featured in Four Shows Across the East End", Sag Harbor Express, January 27, 2022, Vol.163, No. 29, photo page B4.

Yaniv, Etty, "Alignments at Flinn Gallery: Feature Project: with curator Tracy McKenna", ART SPIEL, January 12, 2022

Butler, Sharon, "Line: Chance Drips, hesitant brushstrokes, calligraphic gestures, notional timelines, yarn, and builder's caulk", TWO COATS OF PAINT, October 4, 2021

Lam, Phyllis, "Steinhardt Artists Celebrate Black Experience, Excellence", Washington Square News/NYU, February 21, 2017.

Lee, Jongho, "Erika Ranee at LMAK Gallery", EYES TOWARDS THE DOVE arts website by Katy Diamond Hamer, June 1, 2016.

Chambers, Veronica, What I Did for Love: Buying Artwork on Layaway", REAL SIMPLE, pp.33-34, January 2015.

Gomez, Enrico, "Sweet Talk", wagmag (online): Brooklyn Art Guide, June 1, 2010,

Frederick, Helen, "She's So Articulate: Black Women Artists Reclaim the Narrative", ART PAPERS, p.54, September/October 2008.

Smith, Roberta, "Despite Changes, a Gallery Scene that's Resilient and Vital", NEW YORK TIMES, May 9, 1997.

Cotter, Holland, "Art Review: Domestic Images from Young Talent", NEW YORK TIMES, January 10, 1997.

Levin, Kim, "The Silverstein Invitational", THE VILLAGE VOICE, January 3, 1995.

Roth, David M., "Auspicious Beginnings", ARTVIEW (photo p.7), 1993.

Baker, Kenneth, "Welcome Introductions", SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE DATEBOOK, (photo p. 40), July 18, 1993.

Wright, David, "Art to the Test", THE DAILY CALIFORNIAN (cover photo and phot p.7), May 21, 1993.



All Natural, solo exhibition catalog, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, February, 2023

The Feminine in Abstract Painting, curated by Jennifer Samet and Andrea Belag, group exhibition catalog, photos pp. 56-57, The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation, February, 2023

Sleep on the Wind, solo exhibition catalog, Freight+Volume, 2021

Dear God, solo exhibition catalog, Freight+Volume, 2019.

Waking Dream, group exhibition catalog (photo back cover), Freight + Volume gallery, Nick Lawrence, 2019.

Broad Stripes and Bright Stars, exhibition catalog, Ely Center of Contemporary Art, photos: pages16, 18 and 24, 2018.

NUT Colour I, NUT Publication coloring book, October, 2018

Summer of Love, exhibition catalog, Freight + Volume gallery, Nick Lawrence, 2018.

Fired Up! Ready to Go! Finding Beauty, Demanding Equity: An African American Life in Art The Collections of Peggy Cooper Cafritz, Rizzoli Electa, 2018 (page 195).

NUT II Publication, 2nd annual edition of works on paper, March 2018.

Artists to Artists, Vol 2, Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program 25th Anniversary publication, 2016.

Black: A Celebration of African-American Art Sacramento Area Collections, exhibition catalog (back cover photo), 40 Acres Art Gallery, 2008.



Artforum/Critics' Picks, Erika Ranee "All Natural" by Greg Lindquist, March 7th.

Erika Ranee's "All Natural", Brownstone Cowboys/HOWDY, 2/16/23.

BOMB Magazine: "Finding Your Own Path: Erika Ranee Interviewed by Cordy Ryman", July 18, 2022.

Roberta Smith: Instagram mention of my solo "Sleep on the Wind", December 8, 2021. @robertasmithnyt

Sound & Vision Podcast: Erika Ranee interviewed by Brian Alfred, March, 2021.

The Creative Independent, published by Kickstarter: Erika Ranee, interviewed by Annie Bielski, February 26, 2021.

Brooklyn Rail: A Tribute to Jane Walentas, November, 2020.

ARTFORUM: Erika Ranee, November 19, 2019.

Art Spiel: Erika Ranee--Wired for Bold, interview by Etty Yaniv, May 14, 2019.

ARTFORUM: MUST SEE: Erika Ranee "Psychedelic Galactica", Lesley Heller Gallery, January 4th, 2019, Artguide.

ARTnews: Pictures at an Exhibition series, "Alchemy" at BRIC, July 19, 2018. 2 photos from my solo exhibition, "Inside/Outside", BRIC Project Room, photo credit Jason Wyche.

Two Coats of Paint: "Ideas and Influences: Erika Ranee", October 27, 2017.

The Coastal Post: "Erika Ranee visited by Jenn Dierdorf", September 20, 2017.

Two Coats of Paint: Art and politics: "Broad Stripes and Bright Stars" in New Haven. Interview between Zachery Keeting and Aicha Woods, July 1, 2017 (photo).

Brooklyn Magazine/Salves & Salvos: 2016 Art Highlights, by Paul D'Agostino, 12/20/16. (photo/Bushwick Open Studios)

booooooom: "Artist Spotlight: Erika Ranee".

Two Coats of Paint, (Mostly) painting: Fall preview in Brooklyn (and Queens), by Sharon Butler, September 6, 2016 (photo).

ART [Inter] NEW YORK/ View Inside: Erika Ranee, by Paul D'Agostino, July 2, 2016.

Eyes Towards The Dove, arts website by Katy Diamond Hamer, Erika Ranee at LMAK Gallery, June1, 2016.

Beer with a Painter: Erika Ranee, artist interview column by Jennifer Samet for Hyperallergic Weekend online magazine, May 28, 2016.

Lazuli Literary Group, Ekphrastic Piece: What I Couldn't Say, by Diana McClure, Vol. 1, Issue 8, March/April, 2016.

Eyes Towards The Dove, arts website by Katy Diamond Hamer, Studio Visit with Erika Ranee, by Jongho Lee, December 2, 2015.

IRAAA+/Hampton University Museum online magazine, "Each Painting Becomes a Puzzle", by Diana McClure, October 2015.

Artist House Party Presents, curated by Christopher Joy of Gorky's Granddaughter, online exhibition, February 1-April 1 2014:

Buddy of Work by Henry Samelson:

Gallery Travels Art Blog by Anne Russinof, May 21, 2014:

Artsy: My Highlights from PULSE Miami Beach 2014, by Lindsay Howard, November 25. (photo):

Two Coats of Paint by Sharon Butler, May 11, 2013:

Gorky's Granddaughter: Studio visit/Interview, August 2013:


weatherwax: Studio visit/Interview with artist William Crump, June 2013:

Artist in the World, 2013:

New American Paintings, January 6, 2012:



All the Things: with Rachel Eulena Williams, Mike Cloud, Jeanne Reynal, Carl Hazlewood, Daniel John Gadd and Leeza Meksin, The Arts Center at Duck Creek, East Hampton, NY. July-August, 2024

Human-Nature: with Derrick Adams, Ala Dehghan, Omari Douglin, Scott Grodesky, Kyung Me, Nick Naber, Ezra Wube, LaKela Brown, Sedrick Chisom, Damien Davis, Nick Payne, Christian Rogers, Kiki Smith and Adrienne Elise Tarver. Tiger Strikes Asteroud Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. February, 2019

Improvised Showboat #9: "Eye Contact": with Nina Chanel Abney, Rina Banerjee, Ryan Schneider, Ellen Gallagher, Scott Grodesky, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Lauren Gidwitz and David Armacost. Art studio of artist Jennifer Coates, Industry City, Brooklyn, NY. July, 2015



2016-2017: Tiger Strikes Asteroid (TSA), Brooklyn, NY

2015-present: Pierogi Gallery, New York, NY



The Macedonia Institute

Alvin D. Hall

E.T. & Auldlyn Williams

The Studio Museum in Harlem, Gift of Peggy Cooper Cafritz/Permanent Collection

Nina Chanel Abney

MacAndrews & Forbes 

Enrique de la Cruz and Leslie Carmin, Head of Branford College/Yale University

Dr. David C. Driskell Estate

Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI

Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA.