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Nicky Enright

Born in 1971 in Guayaquil, Ecuador
Lives and works in New York, United States

Nicky Enright  is a multimedia artist & educator whose work explores the construction of nationhood and identity, the way language functions, and the theory and practice of borders. His art is informed by his activity as a musician and DJ, working at the crossroads of audio and visual media. He strives to question, elucidate, and understand concepts of global culture, belonging, authenticity, and boundaries.

He has a BFA from The Cooper Union and an MFA from Hunter College (both in NY). He has executed numerous public commissions for clients such as the MTA Arts for Transit (NY), the Smithsonian Institution, and NASA (Washington D.C.). His work is widely exhibited and he has received various awards and residencies.

2012 – About Change – The World Bank, Washington D.C.
2012 – This Side of Paradise – No Longer Empty, NYC
2012 – Ñew York – Art Museum of the Americas, Washington D.C.
2011 – Shifting Communities – BRAC on the Block, NYC
2011 – The First AIM Biennial – Bronx Museum, NYC
2010 / 2011 – See What I Mean – Taller Boricua, NYC
2010 – Bite: Street-Inspired Art & Fashion – Third Streaming, NYC
2010 – Global/National – Exit Art, NYC
2010 – Rites of Passage – 41 Cooper Square Gallery, The Cooper Union, NYC
2009 / 2010 – Borderlines – Rush Arts Gallery, NYC
2010 – Anthem – Longwood Art Gallery, NYC
2009 – America for Sale – Exit Underground, NYC
2009 – Diálogo 365 – The Ice Box, Crane Arts, Philadelphia, PA
2008 / 2009 – MFA Thesis Exhibition – Times Square Gallery, Hunter College, NY
2008 – Digital Art Expo – Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Los Angeles, CA, Curator: Howard N. Fox (LACMA)
2007 – MAs Select MFAs – Times Square Gallery, Hunter College, NYC
2007 – Macromix – audio-visual performances, various dates between May and September, The Lab, NYC
2006 – Bronx Bound – Lehman College Art Gallery, NYC
2001 – Abaca Public Art Projects – group show, Artists Space, NYC

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