A L W A Y S

Haynes Riley

8.23.2014 - 9.21.2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 23rd, 7 - 10 PM

A gnat.
A gnat.
A gnat.
A gnat.
A mosquito.
A gnat.
A gnat.
A mosquito.
A gnat.
A gnat.
A gnat.
A mosquito.
A fly.
A gnat.
A mosquito.
A gnat.
A mosquito.
A gnat.
A fly.
A gnat.
A gnat.
A gnat.
A gnat.
A gnat.
A gnat.

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Haynes Riley was born and raised in North Little Rock, Arkansas. He received a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2011 and a BFA from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2006. He has participated in residencies at Ox-Bow, ACRE, Open Book, and Vermont Studio Center. His work has appeared in numerous exhibitions around the United States, including group shows at Cranbrook Art Museum (Bloomfield Hills), Scarab Club (Detroit), Co-Prosperity Sphere (Chicago), Vessel & Page (Pontiac), Work (Ann Arbor), Ford Gallery (Ypsilanti), WOPOZI (Minneapolis), and The Bedfellows Club (Minneapolis), and solo exhibitions at Outer Space (Facebook), a clean poorly lighted space (Menomonie), A+ Gallery (Minneapolis), and forthcoming at Hammock Gallery (Los Angeles). Riley is founder, director, and curator at Good Weather, a contemporary art gallery in North Little Rock, Arkansas. This past year he curated In All Kinds of Weather at Gallery Protocol (Gainesville) and presented work as part of 9/50: A Southeast Arts Presenters Summit at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center. He currently lives and works in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he teaches at Minneapolis College of Art and Design.

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www.haynesriley.com

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This exhibition is a part of the ACRE exhibitions calendar -->http://acreresidency.org/