“She is as fiercely political as she is artistic and the dance that the two do is evident in her work. Damali’s work is also extremely personal. Her vulnerability seeps through her work making it accessible and functional.” – The Frugal Feminista, January 25, 2013, Kara.

Damali Abrams is a New York-based artist born in Queens. Her work is a commentary on and contribution to contemporary culture. Her solo screenings and exhibitions include Baby It Couldn’t Have Been You That I Feared, video screening, Rush Arts Gallery, New York, NY (2011); Autobiography of a Year, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, New York (2010); and Self-Help TV Goes to the Bronx, Bronx Blue Bedroom Project, Bronx, New York (2009). Her residencies include Center for Book Arts, New York City (2014); Fresh Milk Residency, Barbados, West Indies (2013); and Groundations Grenada Residency, Grenada, West Indies (2013). Her fellowships include the apexart International Fellowship, Seoul, South Korea (2014) and the A.I.R. Gallery Fellowship, Brooklyn, NY (2009-2010).

Featured Image Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist