Ebony  G.  Patterson  (b. 1981, Kingston, Jamaica) is the  recipient  of  many  prestigious  fellowships, awards and grants, including the Aaron Matalon Award at the 2014 Jamaica Biennial, National Gallery of Jamaica, William H. Johnson Prize finalist (2013), a Musgrave Medal from the Institute of Jamaica (2012), Small  Axe  Magazine  and  Andy  Warhol  Commissioned  Grant  (2012),  and  Rex  Nettleford  Fellowship  in Cultural  Studies  (2011).  Her work was recently featured at Prospect.3:  Notes  for  Now, curated  by Franklin Sirmans, New Orleans, LA and the Jamaica Biennial 2014, National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston.  Current solo shows include Dead Treez at the Kohler Arts  Center,  Sheybogan,  WI  (through  Sept  2015) and LUX Art Institute, Encinitas, CA (April - May 2015). Upcoming exhibitions include En Mas’: Carnival 21st Century Style, The Caribbean as Site Specific Performance, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA  (March - June  2015  will  travel);  12th Havana  Biennial,  Cuba  (May - June  2015); Disguise:  Masks  and Global   African   Art, Seattle   Art   Museum,   Seattle,   WA   (June - Sept   2015);   and   solo   show   at moniquemeloche, Chicago (Sept 2015).

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