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Gavin Perry Born 1971 in Philadelphia Lives and works in Miami Gavin Perry graduated from the Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia (BFA 1996). Perry’s group exhibitions include End of the Line (2013; Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston); Summer Time Blues (2011; Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami); Summer Tossed Salad (2011; Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami); Miami Connections (2001; Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, TX); and Scenario (2001; Three Walls, San Antonio).

James Phillips Born 1945 in Brooklyn Lives and works in Baltimore James Phillips studied at the Fleisher Art Memorial School, Philadelphia (1960s); the Philadelphia College of Art (1964–65); and the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore (MFA 1998). His solo exhibitions include Homecoming: Da-Homey Comes Home: Works by James Phillips (2012; Africa House, Lynchburg, VA); Works on Paper (1996; Parish Gallery, Washington, DC); The Awesome Image: Old and New Paintings by James Phillips (1995; Hampton University Museum, VA); James Phillips (1991; Harrison Museum of African American Culture, Roanoke, VA); and James Phillips, AfriCobra Abstractionist (1991; Hammond House, Atlanta). His group exhibitions include Rhythma-Ning: James Phillips, Charles Searles, and Frank Smith (2012; Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts Culture, Charlotte, NC); AfriCOBRA and the Chicago Black Arts Movement (2010; Dittmar Memorial Gallery, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL); Beyond the Blues: Reflections on African America from the Fine Arts Collection of the Amistad Research Center (2010; New Orleans Museum of Art); AfriCOBRA Now: Contemporary American Works Rooted in Africa (2007; Hampton University Museum, VA); Silent Voices, Loud Echoes (2006; African American Historical and Cultural Museum, Philadelphia); Blackness in Color: Visual Expressions of the Black Arts Movement (2000; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY); Locating the Spirit: Religion and Spirituality in African American Art (1999; Anacostia Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC); Black Art, Ancestral Legacy: The African Impulse in 276

African American Art (1989; Dallas Museum of Art); Tradition and Conflict, 1963–1973 (1985; Studio Museum in Harlem, New York); Since the Harlem Renaissance: Fifty Years of Afro American Art (1984; Art Gallery, University of Maryland, College Park); and Directions in Afro American Art (1974; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY).

Jack Pierson Born 1960 in Plymouth, MA Lives and works in New York and Southern California Jack Pierson graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston (BFA 1984). Solo and two-person exhibitions of his work include The End of the World (2013; Regen Projects, Los Angeles); Jack Pierson: Jesus and Nazimova (2012; Xavier Hufkens, Brussels); Go There Now and Take This with You (2010; Bortolami Gallery, New York); Jack Pierson: Abstracts (2009; Cheim & Read, New York); Jack Pierson (2008; Irish Museum of Art, Dublin); Melancholia Passing into Madness (2006; Cheim & Read, New York); Jack Pierson (2005; Albert Merola Gallery, Provincetown, MA); Early Works and Beyond—Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (2005; Daniel Reich Gallery, New York); Self-Portraits (2005; Alison Jacques Gallery, London); Jack Pierson: Recent Work (2002; Angstrom Gallery, Dallas); Jack Pierson (1999; Texas Gallery, Houston); Jack Pierson (1995; Galleri Index, Stockholm); Edward Hopper and Jack Pierson (1994; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York); and Jack Pierson (1992; White Columns, New York). His work has been included in such group exhibitions as Absentee Landlord (2011; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis); Living Live (2011; The Center [The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center], New York); Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture (2010; National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC); From the Archives: Forty Years, Forty Projects (2009; White Columns, New York); Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll since 1967 (2007; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago); The Culture of Queer (2005; Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans); Getting Emotional (2005; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston); 2004 Whitney Biennial (2004; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York); and 1995 Whitney Biennial (1995; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York).

Howardena Pindell Born 1943 in Philadelphia Lives and works in New York Howardena Pindell graduated from Boston University (BFA 1965) and Yale University, New Haven, CT (MFA 1967). She holds honorary doctorates from Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, and Parsons The New School for Design, New York. Her work has been shown in numerous exhibitions, including Howardena Pindell (2007; Louisiana Art and Science Museum, Baton Rouge); WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution (2007; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles); High Times, Hard Times: Painting in the 1970s (2006; organized by Independent Curators International); Transforming Chronologies (2006; Museum of Modern Art, New York); Bodies of Evidence: Contemporary Perspectives (2005; Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Providence); Double Consciousness: Black Conceptual Art since 1970 (2005; Contemporary Arts Museum Houston); Rhythm of Structure: The Mathematical Aesthetic (2004; Kenkeleba Gallery, New York); Bearing Witness: Contemporary Works by African American Women Artists (1999; Fort Wayne Museum of Art, IN).

Stephen Prina Born 1954 in Galesburg, IL Lives and works in Cambridge, MA, and Los Angeles Stephen Prina graduated from Carl Sandburg College, Galesburg, IL (AA 1974); Northern Illinois University, DeKalb (BFA 1977); and California Institute of the Arts, Valencia (MFA 1980). His solo exhibitions include Stephen Prina: As He Remembered It (2013; Los Angeles County Museum of Art); He was but a bad translation (2011; Kunstverein, Cologne); Modern Movie Pop (2010; Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis); The Second Sentence of Everything I Read Is You (2009; Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville, Spain); and Retrospection under Duress, Reprise (2004; Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA). He has participated in such group exhibitions as Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology (2014; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles); The Boy Who Robbed You a Few Minutes before Arriving at the Ball (2011; Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne); Museum of Desire (2011; Museum moderner Kunst,

Vienna); An Unruly History of the Readymade (2008; Fundación/Collección Jumex, Ecatepec, Mexico); Time Crevasse, Yokohama 2008: International Triennale of Contemporary Art (2008; Yokohama, Japan); and Oh Girl, It’s a Boy! (2007; Kunstverein, Munich).

Eileen Quinlan Born 1972 in Boston Lives and works in Brooklyn Eileen Quinlan graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (BFA 1996), and Columbia University, New York (MFA 2005). Her solo exhibitions include Curtains (2013; Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York); Twin Peaks (2012; Campoli Presti, London); Constant Comment (2011; Overduin and Kite, Los Angeles); Highlands (2010; Sutton Lane, Paris); and Momentum 13: Eileen Quinlan; My Eyes Can Only Look at You (2009; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston). Her group exhibitions include New Photography (2013; Museum of Modern Art, New York); Lens Drawings (2011; Marian Goodman Gallery, Paris); New York to London and Back: The Medium of Contingency (2011; Thomas Dane Gallery, London); and All of This and Nothing (2011; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles); Crystalline Architectures (2010; Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York); and Slow Movement; Or, Half and Whole (2009; Kunsthalle, Bern, Switzerland).

David Reed Born 1946 in San Diego Lives and works in New York David Reed graduated from Reed College, Portland, OR (BA 1968), and attended the New York Studio School. The exhibition David Reed: Heart of Glass, Paintings and Drawings, 1967–2012 was on view at the Kunstmuseum, Bonn, Germany, in 2012. Other solo exhibitions of his work have been shown at Haüsler Contemporary, Munich (2009); Max Protetch Gallery, New York (2007); Galerie Schmidt Maczollek, Cologne (2006); Galerie Bob Van Orsouw, Zurich (2005); and Galerie Rolf Ricke, Cologne (2003). Selected survey exhibitions include David Reed—You Look Good in Blue (2001; Kunstmuseum Sankt Gallen, Switzerland) and David Reed Paintings: Motion Pictures (1998; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego).

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Outside the Lines  

Presented on the occasion of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston's 65th anniversary, Outside the Lines is a six-part exhibition series conc...

Outside the Lines  

Presented on the occasion of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston's 65th anniversary, Outside the Lines is a six-part exhibition series conc...

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