Amber Dennis

Amber Dennis is an independent curator, writer & co-founder of Feminista Social Club. She has an intersectional, feminist curatorial practice and her mission is to make everyone cool with contemporary art. She’s based in New York City.

Curating

Van Tran Nguyen, A Choir for MSG @ The WASH Project
March 15, 2017 7pm

Guest Curator
Fresh: series 2 INTERSECTION @ BT&C Gallery
January 5 – 28, 2017

Van Tran Nguyen, Split Ends Main Street Gallery
November 11 – 17, 2016

Writing

2016- until foreverrrrrr!

All sorts of (semi-regular) wacky stuff for the Feminista Social Club blog including Anxiety Journal, Art Words From An Art Baby, Amber’s Fashion Corner & City Livin’.

2017

Catalog entry for Lingfei Zhao’s Resistance. Zhao’s work is featured in Forging American: Art in the Workings of an Asian American Rust Belt, an exhibition curated by Natalie Fleming & Van Tran Nguyen. The exhibit runs from September 8 – November 17, at Big Orbit Gallery: A CEPA Gallery Project Space in Buffalo, NY.

Juried for Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Center’s Summer 2017 group exhibition – Shape of a Pocket – along with Ekrem Serdar (curator), John Massier (curator, Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center) and Caitlin Margaret Coder (Squeaky Wheel Spring 2017 Curatorial Intern).  Show runs June 30th – August 26th. 

Exhibition review for Afterimage Online – Sondra Perry: flesh out at Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Art Center “Sondra Perry’s flesh out is a look at blackness through black history, the black present, and an imagined black future. It serves as an intimate sequel to her 2016 exhibition Resident Evil, featured at the interdisciplinary art space The Kitchen in New York City.”

2016

Catalog entry for Katharina Kakar’s To Remember is to Imagine: Ella Talking ArtKakar’s work was featured in The Measure of All Things: Rethinking Humanism through Art, an exhibition curated by University of Buffalo Department of Art Visual Resource Curator Natalie FlemingDepartment of Art MFA Student Van Tran Nguyen. The exhibit ran from October 13 – December 10, 2016 at the UB Department of Art Gallery.

 

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