Artist Residency – Summer


Natalie Beall - Summer Residency 2015

Natalie Beall (b. 1981, Atlanta, GA) earned her MFA from Columbia University in 2009 and her BFA from the University of Georgia in 2004. Her work has been shown throughout New York City. Her first solo show, Interior Hangings, was hosted by Chashama in 2013. She recently published an artist’s book titled Guest Room which can be found at retailers in New York and Europe. In 2014 she was a fellow at the Lighthouse Works artist residency on Fishers Island, NY.



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