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Chino Amobi

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Born 1984 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Lives and works in Richmond, Virginia.

Education

2019 VCU MFA Graphic Design

2010 VCU BFA Painting Printmaking

2006 John Tyler Community College Certificate

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2022 Fitzpatrick Gallery, Paris (forthcoming)
Woaw Gallery, Hong Kong (forthcoming)

2021 EROICA, Liste Art Fair, Basel

2020 Luma Westbau, Schwarzescafé, (cur. by Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen in collaboration with House of Mixed Emotions)

2017 Endeavor Gallery, Richmond

2016 Red Bull Gift Shop, Manhattan

2017 Like The Spice Gallery, Brooklyn

Selected Group Exhibitions

2021 Still Time, Fitzpatrick Gallery, Paris
Giving Up the Ghost, Sow & Tailor, Los Angeles
Phantasia Bouquet, Sandy Brown, Berlin
Lust For Life, Part I & II, Edward Ressle, Shanghai

2020 Four Horsemen & the Apocalypse, Shockoe Art Space, Richmond

2019 Philip Martin Gallery, Los Angeles

2017 SCREEN: A Full Spectrum, MOCA Los Angeles

2013 Cultural Affair Interstate Projects, Brooklyn

2017 Direct 2 Video Byrd Theatre Screening, Richmond

Performances

2019 Institute of Contemporary Art, Richmond

2017 Pop Rally, MOMA New York
New Museum, New York
ICA London
Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
Tufts University, Boston

2016 Wesleyan University, Connecticut
MOCADA Museum of Contemporary Art of The African Diaspora, New York

2014 University of Gothenburg, Sweden

RESIDENCIES & GRANTS

2021-2022 ArtExplora residency, Paris

Curation

Co-founder of International Record Label and Art Collective
Non Worldwide
Director of Eroica

Bibliography

2020 Interview by the artist Jan Vorisek

2017 The Guardian, ““Exorcise the language of domination”: how NON Worldwide gives voice to the black diaspora”, review by Varaidzo
New Yorker, “Chino Amobi’s Rerouted Ambient Music”, review by Matthew Trammell
Pitchfork, “Paradiso : Album Review”, review by Chal Ravens

2016 ArtForum, “Music : Best Of 2016”
Red Bull Music Academy, “An Introduction to NON Worldwide”, review by Kevin Lozano
ArtNews, ““Its Own Sovereign State”, review by John Chiaverina