Tiffany LaTrice will be curating MINT’s Annual Juried Exhibition titled Duplexity. The show opens April 13th and is on view through May 23rd at MINT’s Downtown gallery, 92 Peachtree Street SW. There will be an opening reception for the exhibit on April 13th from 7-10pm, and a curator’s talk on April 27th at 2pm.
Of the exhibit, curator Tiffany LaTrice comments: “the exhibition explores the tensions and nuances of how individuals navigate the duality of the self and explores how our relational experiences can fuel togetherness or divisiveness.”
MINT’s sixth Annual Juried Exhibition again seeks to showcase the work of some of the most dynamic and innovative emerging cultural producers currently working in the United States. Each year a selected juror chooses the best and brightest from over 1,500 submissions and selected artists are paid a stipend according to W.A.G.E. guidelines. This year’s artists include: Caleb Jamel Brown, Desmond Beach, Tyler Bohm, Hannah Burton, Merritt Cates, Sydney Daniel, Ariel Dannielle, Jackie Dorage, John Hartford V, Lewinale Havette, Roxane Hollosi, Yasin Jalal, Orianna Montenegro, and Hannah Pasedag.
Tiffany LaTrice is a visual artist, executive director and founder of TILA Studios. TILA Studios is tackling one of the most glaring statistics in the art industry – Black women artists make up only 4% of art professionals across the United States. Tiffany LaTrice has been in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Forbes, and NPR. for her work and impact in the art industry and empowering black women artists. In 2018, Tiffany LaTrice received the Artist Entrepreneur of the Year Award by C4 Atlanta and was a finalist for the Center for Civic Innovation #GoodTrouble Award. TILA Studios is the recipient of the 2018 Best of Atlanta Award for Atlanta Magazine and Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine.
LaTrice has worked with the City of Atlanta’s Office of Planning to build a community engagement tool for the community of Cascade. Her exhibition history includes Cultural Arts Council in Douglasville, Mason Fine Art, Equity Gallery, La Maison D’Art, and the African American Museum in Chattanooga, TN. Her artwork has appeared on the Food Network and in publications such as Zora Magazine and Sarah Lawrence’s annual poetry collection, Dark Phrases. LaTrice is a 2019 Civic Innovation Resident, 2018 Civic Innovation Fellow. She received her undergraduate degree in International Relations and Fine Art from the University of Southern California and her Masters in Women’s History at Sarah Lawrence College.