States Of Being


Magic of 'LIE DOGGO' show in Kinderhook lies in its ambiguity Times Union 15 Art Shows to See in Upstate New York This Summer Hyperallergic NINA CHANEL ABNEY at The School and OTHER REAILTIES (Exploring Proximate Mysticisms), at Bill Arning Exhibitions. Upstate Diary Artist Nina Chanel Abney Plays 20 Questions With Tierra Whack Interview Magazine Inside Nina Chanel Abney's 'LIE DOGGO' Exhibition at The School Hypebeast Review: Nina Chanel Abney's "Lie Doggo" at Jack Shainman Gallery's The School Chronogram How Nina Chanel Abney Contextualizes Blackness and Identity in Lie Doggo 1202 Magazine Six Artists Reflect on the Legacy of the Harlem Renaissance New York Times Nina Chanel Abney Talks Big Butch Energy & Tracing Her Life Through Collage W Magazine Nina Chanel Abney’s Solo Show at ICA Miami Queers the Frat House ArtNews Two Artists Are Reimagining the Future of Lincoln Center Harper's Bazaar Artists Are Putting Their Stamp on Lincoln Center The New York Times A New Public Art Program Launches in Miami with Massive Nina Chanel Abney Mural ArtNews ‘A gift to the city.’ This $4 billion development is creating an outdoor museum in Miami Read more at: Miami Herald Now Open: Matisse Alive, a Free Festival of Modern Artworks Connected To the Famed Artist Broadsheet EA Sports Collaborated With Nina Chanel Abney To Design An Awesome Soccer Pitch In New York Uproxx FIFA 22 Gets the Nina Chanel Abney Treatment HypeBeast Meek Mill’s ‘Expensive Pain’ Album Art Takes Over Landmarks, Major Cities Across U.S. Complex When worlds collide: Meek Mill chooses Nina Chanel Abney original for abstract ‘Expensive Pain’ cover art Grunge Cake Artist Talks The Contemporary Dayton Oakwood artist, 2 other women to talk about exhibits at The Contemporary DAYTON Cultured Collections with Steelo Brim Cultured Magazine Now You See the Art in A.R. Now You Don’t The New York Times How Artists Have Paid Homage to the Bicycle Hyperallergic Yorkville Murals celebrates public art in Toronto Toronto Sun A Call for Justice and Healing, Nina Chanel Abney’s First Public Art Installation in Canada Declares ‘Stop,’ ‘Don’t Kill,’ and ‘Love’ Culture Type Yorkville mural takes a 120-foot stand in time for Pride Month Artsy Nina Chanel Abney’s “Happy Hours” The New Yorker ALL BLACK EVERYTHING Art News What I Buy and Why: Real Estate Developer Bob Rennie on Collecting Performance and Installing Extremely Clever Bathroom Art artnet