Join Cranbrook Academy of Art at deSalle Auditorium for a free, public lecture from artist Catalina Ouyang. Ouyang will present an overview of their interdisciplinary projects since 2020. Please enter the auditorium through the Cranbrook Academy of Art Library entrance, the art museum galleries will be closed.
Catalina Ouyang has presented solo exhibitions at Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Lyles & King, New York; No Place Gallery, Columbus; Make Room, Los Angeles; Real Art Ways, Hartford; and Knockdown Center, Queens. Their work has been included in recent group shows at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield; Kimball Art Center, Park City; Jeffrey Deitch, New York and Los Angeles; Galerie Kandlhofer, Vienna; Simon Lee Gallery, London; and Friends Indeed, San Francisco, and others. Ouyang is the recipient of numerous awards and grants, and has attended residencies at Vermont Studio Center, Shandaken: Storm King, Atlantic Center for the Arts, and Smack Mellon. Their work has been reviewed and featured in publications including the New York Times, Artforum, Flash Art, Frieze, Artillery, Flaunt Magazine, and Hyperallergic. Ouyang received an MFA from Yale University and is based in New York, NY. They are represented by Lyles & King in New York and Make Room in Los Angeles, CA.
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