Amy Khoshbin, Arts Center Residency 2019


Amy Khoshbin is a Brooklyn-based artist born in Spring Valley, IL and grew up in Houston, TX. Her practice advocates for changing commercial culture through co-opting and using popular media genres to create connections and catharsis.
Amy Khoshbin’s recent exhibitions and performances include You Never Know, Whitney Museum of American Art and International Center of Photography Museum (2018); Word On the Street, The Guggenheim Museum, Artpace, Times Square Arts and The Watermill Center (2017-18); Broadway Billboard, Socrates Sculpture Park (2017-18); It is astonishing…, VOLTA NY, New York, NY (2018); MATERIAL WITNESS WITNESS MATERIAL (2018), Knockdown Center; Play Miami Beach, PULSE Art Fair, Miami, FL (2017); Stand Up Stand Down, The High Line, New York, NY (2017); Hands Off Our Revolution, Leila Heller Gallery, New York, NY (2017); Archival Alchemy, Abrons Arts Center, New York, NY (2017).
Her awards and residencies include Anderson Ranch Arts Center Residency, Snowmass, CO (2018); Project for Empty Space Artist-in-Residence (2018-19); Franklin Furnace Fund Grant Winner, New York, NY (2017); Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace Residency, New York, NY (2014-2017); Rema Hort Mann Foundation Artist Community Engagement Grant Winner (2016); Mana Contemporary BSMT Residency, Jersey City, NJ (2016); The Watermill Center Independent Residency, Watermill, NY (2015); Banff Centre for the Arts Performing Arts Residency and IDEA Grant Winner (2014); Rema Hort Mann Foundation, Emerging Artist Award Nominee, New York NY (2015); Creative Capital Performing Arts Award Finalist, New York, NY (2015). She received her M.A. at New York University and B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin.

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You Never Know, 2018, Performance, International Center of Photography Museum, photo credit: Kevin Condon