Kendell Carter

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Kangol Lamps, 2006 Half Chrome Light Bulbs, Light Fixtures, & Metal Bowls Each 20" X 12" X 12" © Marx & Zavattero
© moniquemeloche
© moniquemeloche gallery
Drip Painting #22, 2009 Mixed Media 43.5 X 59” © Kendell Carter
SubLiminal (Inject) - detail, 2011/13 Mixed Media 16 X 16 © Elizabeth Casuga
Move Move © Morono Kiang Gallery
Drip and Stroke, 2011 © Courtesy of moniquemeloche gallery
WEave Painting (KMCRG), 2014 Spray Enamel, Latex Wood 37 X 24 X 2 In © Courtesy of the Artist and The Underground Museum
© Courtesy of the Artist and moniquemeloche gallery
Quick Facts

Kendell Carter
American, born New Orleans 1970, lives Long Beach, CA

2006 MFA, California State University, Long Beach, CA
2000 Art Center College of Design, Environmental Design, Pasadena, CA
1994 BFA, The Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta, GA

Solo Exhibitions
2009 Changing Room, project space at Sandroni.Rey, Los Angeles, CA
Common Ground, moniquemeloche, Chicago, IL
2007 American Traditions, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Kendell Carter, Finesilver Gallery, Houston, TX
2006 Hammer Projects, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Hommie/Homey, Werby Gallery, MFA Thesis Exhibition, California State University, Long Beach, CA
2005 Advancement to Candidacy Exhibition, Werby Gallery, California State
University, Long Beach, CA

Selected Group Exhibitions
2010 LightStyle, curated by Ginger Duggan, Weisman Museum, Minneapolis, MN
I Want You to Want Me, Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco, CA
Off the Wall: From Vandalism to Urban Art, Wilde Gallery, Berlin
Blacks in and out of the Box, The California African American Museum, LA
2006 Raid Projects, Los Angeles, CA
ZeitHeist, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2005 25.35, Transport Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Save the Youth of America Summer Tour 2005, Five Countries De Haag Gallery,
London, UK, Berlin, GER, Rotterdam, NL, Antwerp, BEL, Dublin, IRL
Insights 2005, California State University, University Art Museum, Long Beach, CA
2004 Juried Student Exhibition, California State University, University Art Museum,
Long Beach, CA
2003 Intermedia, Werby Gallery, California State University, Long Beach, CA
2002 Ghetto Fabulous, Armory Arts Complex, Pasadena, CA
1999 From Your House to Our House, Nexus Contemporary Arts Center, Atlanta, GA
1997 Atlanta Biennial, Nexus Contemporary Arts Center, Atlanta, GA
Center Space, Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta, GA
Atlanta Artists, Positive Space Gallery, New Orleans, LA
Sampling An Insistent Beat, King Plow Arts Center, Atlanta, GA
Malcolm X, Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA
New Blues, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA

2008 Pearl, Sarah. “Kendell Carter in conversation with Sarah Pearl”. The Saatchi Gallery on-line. April 9
Artner, Alan. “Taking if from the streets: Graffiti tags, hoodies and bling”. Chicago Tribune. April 4
Waxman, Lori. “Review: Kendell Carter” Art Forum Online, April 3
Furnari, Rachel. “Kendell Carter”. NewCity Chicago. March 23
Daily Candy Chicago. “Weekend Guide: What To Do This Weekend” March 13
2007 Riggot, Julie. “Boxed In, Boxed Out. Intentionally or Not, CAAM Show Brings Race Into the Picture.” LA Downtown News. Oct 29
Schulze, Troy. “Art Capsule Reviews: Kendell Carter” Houston Press. August 2
Mallinson, Constance. “Review: Kendell Carter at the Hammer Museum”, Art in America, No.4, April
“Review”, Sculpture, January/February, vol. 26, No. 1
Fisher, Deborah. “Review: Kendell Carter at Hammer Museum”, deborahfisher.blogspot,
2006 Brooks, Amra. “Must See Art: Kendell Carter Hommie/Homey at UCLA Hammer Museum,” LA Weekly,
December 6, 2006.
Coleman, Caryn. “Review,”,
2002 Dreisinger, Baz. “Review,” Los Angeles Times
1999 “From Your House to Our House,” Catalogue,
“Atlanta on the Go,” City Advertising Magazine,
1996 Axis (Design Publication), Japan
1995 “Good Day Atlanta: Artist Feature,” Channel 5 Morning Show,
1994 “Featured Artist,” Atlanta Journal/Constitution
“Review,” The New Art Examiner

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