Each year, the fully funded Fountainhead Residency welcomes at least 30 artists from all over the world to live and work in a midcentury home in the historic Morningside neighborhood of Miami, Florida. Thirty exceptional contemporary artists working across various media have been selected as Artists-in-Residence for 2023.
This year’s applications were thoughtfully reviewed by Allison Glenn, a senior curator at the Public Art Fund in New York; Susanna Temkin, a curator at El Museo del Barrio in New York; Rodrigo Valenzuela, a Fountainhead alum, visual artist, and professor of photography at the University of California Los Angeles; and Melissa Wallen, the director of the de la Cruz Collection in Miami.
2023 Artist Roster
Baris Gotkurk (Turkey; New York)
Juan Jose Cielo (Colombia; New York)
Miguel Braceli (Venezuela; New York)
Christian Ruiz Berman (Mexico; New York)
Miles Greenberg (Montreal; New York)
Tamara Santibañez (Oregon; New York)
Chloe Chiasson (Texas; New York)
Devin Johnson (New York; New York)
Jenny Feal (Cuba; France)
Alexander Russi (Kansas; New York)
Randi Renate (Texas; New York)
Sarah Anne Weber (Illinois; Los Angeles)
Andres Aizicovich (Argentina, Buenos Aires)
Furong Zhong (China, Pennsylvania)
Kadar Brock (New York; New York)
Adama Delphine Fawundu (New York; New York)
Karina Aguilera Skvirsky (Rhode Island; New York)
Victoria Udondian (Nigeria; New York)
Alanna Fields (Maryland; Maryland)
Jenelle Esparza (Texas; Texas)
Olivia Jia (Illinois; Philadelphia)
Sponsored in part by Adriana and Ricardo Malfitano
Julia Gutman (Australia; Australia)
Nekisha Durrett (Washington, DC; Washington, DC)
Manoela Medeiros (Brazil; Brazil)
Joaquin Segura (Mexico; Mexico)
Rashawn Griffin (Los Angeles; Missouri)
Ruth Patir (Israel; Israel)
Curtis Santiago (Canada; Germany)
Jeffrey Meris (Haiti; New York)
Xavier Scott Marshall (New York; New York)
To learn more, visit fountainheadarts.org.
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