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Birthplace
Pittsburgh, PA

Website

Tags
conceptual, installation, mixed-media, sculpture, figurative, abstract, photography, graffiti/street-art

Statement

 Kim Barry has been exhibiting her work nationally and internationally beginning in 2001. In 2010, she co-headed Suite 106, a working studio/ gallery in conjunction with The Jacksonville Cultural Council, spearheading an art movement to revitalize the inner core of Downtown through the arts. In 2011, she relocated to Los Angeles. From September of 2011 to September of 2012, she opened West Eleven, her studio and creative house, at The Brewery, downtown Los Angeles.  In 2013, she renovated and opened her next pop up space, SixTHreeFouR running from March 2014 to October 2014. Each space is a creative house of happenings and events, work and play, expression and growth.

 

May 14- 22, 2002, "IASG Traveling Exhibit" Academy of Arts & Design, Tsinghua University , China

April 2003, "IASG 10th Anniversary" group exhibit , Warehouse Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Fall 2003, "IASG Exhibit" group traveling exhibit  Russian Cultural Center, Embassy of Russia

August 2006 Aetna Corporation acquires work for their permanent collection-- Jacksonville, FL headquarters

June 22 -July 14 2007  Fresh Perspectives from Jacksonville's Emerging Artists group exhibit Stellers Gallery, Jacksonville, FL
 
Jan. 5, 2008 Most Wanted Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA 

June 4, 2008 "Fresh Ink Contemporary Art"  solo exhibition in conjunction with The Jacksonville Symphony-- Florida TImes Union Center Jacksonville, FL

July 2009- Sept. 2009 solo exhibit sponsored by R. Roberts Gallery, Jacksonville, FL

January 2010, Grand Opening Exhibit    Suite 106,  Jacksonville, FL

April 2010, "The Golden Bough" Exhibit  Suite 106,  Jacksonville, FL

May 2010 "Everybody Eats, Everybody Poops" Exhibit   Suite 106, Jacksonville, FL

July 2010 "Across America"  Exhibit   Suite 106 Jacksonville, FL

February 2011  "100 Years of Women in Contemporary Arts" group exhibit   2nd City Art Council, Long Beach, CA

July 2011 Abbot's Habit, Venice Beach, CA

Oct 1-2 The Brewery Artwalk Studio Open House at West Eleven   Los Angeles, CA

Oct 2011 "Exhibit Ambush" San Diego, CA

Nov 2011  11.11.11 Happening   West Eleven   Los Angeles, CA

Nov 22 Venice Rising,    Group Show   The former Jim Morrison House   Venice, CA

Jan 14, 2012  Welcome 2012 Happening   West Eleven   Los Angeles, CA

November, 2011  Venice Beach Momentum Exhibit At the Jim Morrison House

June, 2012  Screw June Gloom, It's All Happening   West Eleven  Los Angeles, CA

August 2013  Abandoned Europe Exhibit   Alex Solodov Gallery virtual exhibit. group show

March 2013      WWW.    at SixTHreeFouR solo exhibition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recent Exhibits

Kim Barry participated in these exhibits:

Jan, 2012 Welcome 2012- A Happening
West Eleven
 
Nov, 2011 11.11.11 Happening
West Eleven
 
Feb, 2011 100th Anniversary Exhibition and Celebration of International Women's Day
2nd City Council Art Gallery + Performance Space
 
Feb, 2011 RAW: natural born artists present Catalyst
Playhouse
 

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