CUE Art Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the Aon-CUE Artist Empowerment Award, an annual art prize issued in partnership with Aon, a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. The Aon-CUE Artist Empowerment Award recognizes one emerging artist annually with an honorarium and a year-long exhibition. The first recipient of the award is visual artist Beverly Acha, who is exhibiting a series of eight contemporary paintings inspired by her observations of the physical environment and the psychological aspects of space in an exhibition titled Interlude.Read More
CUE is pleased to announce the 2019 exhibition season, featuring exhibitions curated by established artists as well as those selected through our annual Open Calls for solo exhibitions and curatorial projects. CUE’s exhibition program presents new and exceptionally strong work by under-recognized and emerging artists based in the United StatesRead More
Work by Naeem Mohaiemen (solo-2009) will be shown as part of Subcontracted Nations, the inaugural exhibition of the A.M. Qattan Foundation, which opened in May 2018.
Karen Tam (solo-2008) will be participating in Roadside Attractions, a public art project that presents a series of contemporary art commissions across the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, curated by Dunlop Art Gallery. Tam's work will be on view July 1 - August 31 2018.
In an interview with Hyperallergic, Miguel Luciano (solo-2006/2007 ) speaks about his partnership with the Metropolitan Museum of Art's new Civic Engagement Residency, and his own socially engaged practice.
"An Artist on How the Met Is Reaching Beyond the Museum with a New Civic Engagement Residency", Seph Rodney, June 29, 2018.
CUE Symposium "Rethinking Illness: Art, Health, and The Environment", part of the "Access/Points: Approaches to Disability Arts” series organized by programming fellow Jeff Casper, is featured in Hyperallergic. How Health and the Environment Impact Art, Elisa Wouk Almino, June 27, 2018
CUE is currently seeking proposals for artist-centered public programs including events, talks, and workshops to be presented at CUE.Read More
Michelle Dizon (solo-2010) is mentioned in Hyperallergic's review of the 2018 City of Los Angeles (COLA) Individual Artist Fellowship Exhibition, "LA Artists Take Us from the Colonial Past to the Interstellar Future". Article by Abe Ahn, June 28, 2018.
CUE alum Ken Gonzalez-Day (solo-2006) and Titus Kaphar's two-person exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C is reviewed by Hyperallergic, "Titus Kaphar and Ken Gonzalez-Day reveal the fictions in Depictions". Article by Cara Ober, June 15, 2018.
Hope Ginsburg is mentioned in Artforum's review of Declaration, a group exhibition at the new Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, on view April 21 - September 9, 2018. Review by Amanda Dalla Villa Adams, June 13, 2018.
Miguel Luciano (solo-2006/2007) is mentioned in Artforum as an inaugural participant of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's newly launched Civic Practice Partnership, a yearlong residency program for artists centered upon social change. "Metropolitain Museum Creates Residency Program for Artists Committed to Social Change", June 8, 2018.
Wopo Holup (solo-2012) is featured on Hyperallergic in a review of her solo exhibition at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, "Abstracting Maps to Question Our Relationships to Territory", article by Kealey Boyd, May 21, 2018.
CUE is pleased to announce the 2018 exhibition season, featuring exhibitions nominated by established artists as well as those selected through our annual Open Calls for solo exhibitions and curatorial projects. CUE’s exhibition program presents new and exceptionally strong work by under-recognized and emerging artists based in the United States.Read More