Selected artists 2024 : Fountainhead Residency
e-flux / Oct 19, 2023 / Go to Original
Selected artists 2024
Artists will be immersed in Miami’s cultural landscape and forge connections to help their careers thrive
690 NE 56th St.
Miami, Florida 33137
Fountainhead Residency, a fully-funded Miami residency welcoming 33 national and international artists to live and work in its midcentury home in the historic Morningside neighborhood, announces its 2024 artist residency selections, a roster of 30 exceptional contemporary artists working across various media.
This year’s applications were thoughtfully reviewed by Lauren Kelley, a Fountainhead alum based in Texas; Zoe Lukov, the co-founder of Art in Common in Los Angeles; Ché Morales, a curator and founder of OG Magazine in New York; and Gilbert Vicario, chief curator at Pérez Art Museum Miami.
The 2024 artist roster includes:
January: Merik Goma (born Michigan; based Connecticut), Pacifico Solano (born New York; based New York), Samuel Levi Jones (born and based in Indiana).
February: Nardeen Srouji (Born and based in Israel and Palestine), Reniel del Rosario (born Phillipines, based California), Zoe Walsh (born Washington, DC, based California).
March: Ana Silva (born Angola; based Portugal), Kevork Mourad (born Syria; based New York), Liz Cohen (born and based in Arizona).
April: Ato Ribeiro (born Pennsylvania; based Georgia), Ho Jae Kim (born Korea; based New York), Sagarika Sundaram (born India; based New York).
May: Claudia Joscowicz (born Bolivia; based New York), Nadia Hernández (born Venezuela; based Australia), Natia Lemay (born and based in Canada).
June: Andrea Ferraro (born Peru; based Mexico), Daniela Gomez Paz (born Colombia; based Connecticut), Saya Woolfalk (born Japan; based New York).
July: José Villalobos (born and based in Texas), Margarita Cabrera (born and based in Texas), Victoria Martinez (born Chicago; based Connecticut).
August: Catalina Ouyang (born Illinois; based New York), Mar Figueroa (born Ecuador; based New York), Yongqi Tang (born China; based Washington).
September: Emiliana Henriquez (born El Salvador; based California), Kiyan Williams (born New Jersey; based New York), Sarah Zapata (born Texas; based New York).
October: Adam Amram (born Israel; based New York), Adam Beris (born Wisconsin; based California), Tyler Christopher Brown (born and based in California).