Kahlil Robert Irving
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | San Diego-born sculptor and ceramist Kahlil Robert Irving attended the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Art, the Kansas City Art Institute and was an MFA fellow at Washington University, in St. Louis.
In 2017, Callicoon Fine Arts mounted his first solo exhibition in New York titled Streets:Chains:Cocktails. His work has since been exhibited at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art; the Arizona State University Art Museum, and the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, among others. Kahlil Irving’s works have been included in group exhibitions at the Mathew Marks Gallery, Las Angeles; Jenkins Johnson Projects, San Francisco; and the Anderson Collection at Stanford University. He was an Artist in Residence at Art Omi in summer 2018 and his work is in the collections of J.P Morgan Chase Art Collection, New York, New York; the Riga Porcelain Museum; the Foundation for Contemporary Ceramic Art, Kecskemet; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. His work was featured in the Whitney Museum’s 2019 Exhibition: Making Knowing: Craft in Art, 1950–2019.
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