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What He Left Behind, Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, Washington, DC, Curator Myrtis Bedolla


If I’m no longer here, I wanted you to know…, Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore,

MD, Curator Myrtis Bedolla


2019 – 2020 

Inheritance, Fotografiska New York, New York, NY, Curators Grace Noh & Myrtis Bedolla


Fragile, Handle With Care, Piedmont Arts Museum, Martinsville, VA, Curator Bernadette Moore



Deeply Embedded, Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center, North Brentwood, MD, Curator Monica Montgomery





The Radical Voice of Blackness Speaks of Resistance and Joy, Banneker-Douglass Museum, Annapolis, MD, Curator Myrtis Bedolla

Afro-Futurist Manifesto: Blackness Reimagined, Personal Structures: Time, Space, and Existence, 59th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy, Curator Myrtis Bedolla


Activating the Renaissance, The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD,  Curators Joaneath Spicer and James A. Murnaghan


Picturing Black Girlhood: Moments of Possibility, Express Newark at Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, Curators Scheherazade Tillet and Zoraida Lopez-Diago


Healing Through the Preservation of Our Histories and Our Selves, University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA



Literary Muse, UTA Artist Space, Beverly Hills, CA, Curator Myrtis Bedolla


Beyond the Looking Glass, Artist Space, Beverly Hills, CA, Curator Zuzanna Ciolek


Textures The History and Art of Black Hair, Kent State University Museum, Kent, Ohio



2020 VISION, New York Academy of Art with Southampton Arts Center, Southampton, NY


Women Heal through Rite and Ritual, Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore, MD


Renaissance: Noir, UTA Artist Space, Beverly Hills, CA, Curator Myrtis Bedolla


A Beautiful Struggle: Black Feminist Futurism, Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI 



Scope International Contemporary Art Fair, Art Basel Miami, FL


Black Face: A Reclamation of Beauty, Power, and Narrative, Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore, MD


King Woman, Mashonda Tifrere/Art Lead Her, Urban Zen, NYC


Afrocosmologies: American Reflections, Wadsworth, The Amistad Center for Art & Culture, and the Petrucci Family Foundation, Hartford CT


Building Bridges II: The Politics of Love, Identity and Race II, 13th Havana Biennial, Curators Galeria Carmen Montilla, Havana, Cuba Myrtis Bedolla and Ana Joa


No Language, Julio Fine Arts Gallery, Loyola Univ. Baltimore, MD


Lishui Photo Festival, Lishui, Zhejiang, China 



The Art of Blackness, Block 37, Lashun Tines, Chicago, IL


I Met God and she is..., Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts, Joakim von Ditmar & Destinee Ross, New York, NY


Prix de la Photographie Winners Exhibition, Paris, France


China New Picturesque Photography Biennale, Guo Jing, Hauian Jiangsu China


Yixan International Photo Festival, Guo Jing, Hauian Jiangsu, China


Her Time is Now, Mashonda Tifrere/Art Lead Her, Urban Zen


Scope Art Fair, Miami Basel, Miami, FL, Galerie Myrtis


The Art of Blackness, Block 37, Lashun Tines, Chicago, IL


10 Works from the Venice Biennale that I Wish the Fort Worth Modern Would Acquire

Eight Of The Best Collateral Events – 59th Venice Biennale – Lee Sharrock

The Washington Post Magazine, A painter who surrounds her Black subjects with gold


Washington Post, In the galleries


Shondaland, 7 Artists You Should Know Now

The Golden Thread - A landmark immersive documentary on gold launched

The Golden Thread - Making Meaning

The Boston Globe | A Beautiful Resistance

Colossal, Striking Portraits by Artist Tawny Chatmon Embellished with Gold Garments and Ornate Backdrops

Hospitality Design, Tawny Chatmon

New York Magazine, 48 Artists Reimagine the ‘I Voted’ Sticker for New York Magazine

Musée Magazine: Vanguard of Photography Culture, Tawny Chatmon's "The Redemption",


Fast Company, Fotografiska New York is a photo museum for the Instagram era

Art Basel bears far better fruit than that $120,000 banana

Professional Photographer Magazine, Tawny Chatmon finds fulfillment in driving cultural change


Omenka Online, Tawny Chatmon On Reclaiming Black Identity


Interview with Tawny Chatmon, International Photography Awards/


Black Girlhood Is Honored By Klimt-Inspired Artist With Gold-Embellished Portraits -


Tawny Chatmon's 'The Awakening' Is an Assertion of the Richness of Black Motherhood -

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