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freddie styles

résumé

b. born Madison, GA, 1944

Education
1962 – 1965 Morris Brown College

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2006 Clark Atlanta University Art Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2002 New Work, AIR Antwerpen, Antwerp, Belgium
2001 Evolving, The Atrium Gallery, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, Atlanta,
2001 New Work, Kiang Gallery, Atlanta, GA
1999 Studies in Black, White and Silver, Mayor’s Office, City of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA
1999 New Work, Hammonds House Galleries and Research Center, Atlanta, GA
1998 Studies in Black, White and Silver, Camille Love Gallery, Atlanta, GA
1995 Spring, Camille Love Gallery, Atlanta, GA
1994 Works on Paper, Delta Fine Arts Center, Winston-Salem, NC
1991 Freddie Styles, Recent Paintings, Hughley Gallery & Objects, Atlanta, GA
1990 Working Roots, Atlanta Financial Center Gallery, Atlanta, GA
1987 The Fall Solo Series, Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA
1984 –82 Solo Shows, New Work, Crystal Britton Gallery, Atlanta, GA
1983 Recent Work by Freddie Styles, Madison-Morgan Cultural Center, Madison, GA
1978 Fall/Winter Exhibition Series, Martin Luther King. Jr. Branch, Atlanta Public Library, Atlanta, GA
2004 Process, Fine Arts Building – Spelman College, Atlanta, GA
2004 Little Things Mean A Lot, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2004 Atlanta Collects Women, City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA
2004 Tender Landscape, Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
2004 Selections from the Permanent Collection, Hughes Center for the Arts, Duluth, GA
2004 Selected Works – State Of Georgia Art Collection, The Museum of Contemporary
        Art of Georgia, Atlanta, GA
2003 Selections From the Permanent Collection, Clark-Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA
2003 The Georgia Triennial, Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA
2002 Four Friends #2, Auburn Avenue Research Library, Atlanta. GA
2002 The Georgia Triennial, City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA / The Macon Museum,
        Macon, GA / The Telfair Museum, Savannah, GA
2000 African American Abstraction, City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA
1997 Tracing the Modern Era, Gwinnett Fine Arts Center, Duluth, GA
1996 From Rearguard to Vanguard: Selections from the Clark - Atlanta
        University Collection of African American Art, Atlanta, GA
1993 The Paul Jones Collection, University Gallery, University of Delaware
1986 Visual Arts: The Southeast, Atlanta, GA
1984 African American Art in Atlanta: Public and Corporate Collections, The High Museum of Art,
        Atlanta, GA
1983 Configurations in Seven Movements, NEXUS Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA

Selected Group Exhibitions
2011 Avisca Fine Art Gallery, Marietta, GA
2004 Process, Fine Arts Building – Spelman College, Atlanta, GA
2004 Little Things Mean A Lot, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2004 Atlanta Collects Women, City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA
2004 Tender Landscape, Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
2004 Selections from the Permanent Collection, Hughes Center for the Arts, Duluth, GA
2004 Selected Works – State Of Georgia Art Collection, The Museum of Contemporary
Art of Georgia, Atlanta, GA
2003 Selections From the Permanent Collection, Clark-Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA
2003 The Georgia Triennial, Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA
2002 Four Friends #2, Auburn Avenue Research Library, Atlanta. GA
2002 The Georgia Triennial, City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA / The Macon Museum,
Macon, GA / The Telfair Museum, Savannah, GA
2000 African American Abstraction, City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA
1997 Tracing the Modern Era, Gwinnett Fine Arts Center, Duluth, GA
1996 From Rearguard to Vanguard: Selections from the Clark - Atlanta
        University Collection of African American Art, Atlanta, GA
1993 The Paul Jones Collection, University Gallery, University of Delaware
1986 Visual Arts: The Southeast, Atlanta, GA
1984 African American Art in Atlanta: Public and Corporate Collections, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
1983 Configurations in Seven Movements, NEXUS Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA

Residencies
2002 Artist In Residence, AIR – Antwerpen, Antwerp, Belgium
1996 – 2002 Artist In Residence, Clayton College and State University, Morrow, GA
2000 Artist In Residence, To Conserve A Legacy, Clark-Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA
1985 – 86 Artist In Residence, Advanced Acrylic Techniques, Spelman College, Atlanta, GA

Commissions and Fellowships
2001 KBFUS Cultural Exchange Fellowship, The Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta and the King Boudouin Foundation, Belgium
2000 Atlanta: It’s An All-Star Ball – Prototype Ball, Atlanta Braves
1997 Absolute Expressions Collection – “ABSOLUTE STYLES” - Absolute Vodka, Sweden

Public and Private Collections
V & S Vin & Sprit AB, Sweden
Jackson-Hartsfield Airport
Howell and Associates, PC, Atlanta, GA
The Paul Jones Collection, Atlanta, GA / Newark, DE
The Hammonds House Galleries and Resource Center, Atlanta, GA
Larry and Brenda Thompson, Atlanta, GA
Dr’s Thomas D, Boston and Catherine L. Ross, Atlanta, GA
King and Spalding, Atlanta, GA
Clark Atlanta University Galleries, Atlanta, GA
Atlanta Life Insurance Company, Atlanta, GA
AT & T, Atlanta, GA
Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, Atlanta, GA
CONTEL Corporation, Atlanta, GA
Johnson’s Publishing Company, Chicago, Il
Clayton College and State University, Morrow, GA
Jan Meersman, Architechen, Antwerp, Belgium
City of Atlanta Portable Art Collection, Atlanta, GA
Perimeter College, South Campus, Decatur, GA
Dr. William Daley, Boston, MA
Dr’s Darlene and Herbert Charles
Dr Raymond and Mrs Lucy Allen
Frederique Magraff, Brussels, Belgium
Diane and Fabrice Decherchove, Brussels, Belgium
Aaron Rents, Atlanta, GA
Henry Gaitner, Hamburg, Germany
Melinda Harrow, Paris, France
Bonita Carter, Seattle, WA
The Steele Collection, College Park, ME

Bibliography
Armstrong, Linda and Allen, Joan H., Fabulous Faces at Museum for African Art, The
Amsterdam News, New York City, October 23 –29, 1997, Vol. 88, No. 43
ABSOLUTE EXPRESSIONS at Woodruff Arts Center, The Champion, Decatur, GA, July 22, 1998
Davis, Anthony C., Black Artist Create for Heritage Series, Philadelphia Tribune: Life, June 16, 1998
African American Art Collections Held by U. S. Corporations, The International Review of African American Art
Three Locals Make Mark with ABSOLUTE Art, The Atlanta Journal/Constitution, July 4,1998
Fox, Catherine, Safe Introduction to the Art of Blacks, The Atlanta Journal/Constitution, June13, 1997, pp. 18
Contemporary Artist Showcase Directory, Art Search ’96, Southern Arts Federation, Atlanta, GA, pp. 106
Britton, Crystal A., African American Art, The Long Struggle, Smithmark Publishers, New York, NY, pp 126
May, Lee, Artist Follows Nature’s Free-Spirited Lead, The Atlanta Journal/Constitution, May 12, 1995, pp.G1
Thompson, Mildred, Inaugural Show, Camille Love Gallery, Visual Arts Review, Art Papers, March/April , 1994
Woodham, Martha, The Collectors, The Atlanta Journal/Constitution, April 22, 1994
Homer, William I., African American Art, The Paul Jones Collection, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 1993
Johnson, Marilyn, The Life of the Party at Carnival, The Atlanta Journal/Constitution, February 12, 1993, pp. K3
 1992 In Review, Annual Guide 1993, Art In America, August 1993, pp. 34
Fox, Catherine, National Invitational Exhibition, Visual Arts Review, The Atlanta Journal/Constitution, August 7, 1992
Amaki, Amalia, Selected Essays: Art and Artist from the Harlem Renaissance to the 1980’s, National
Black Arts Festival, Atlanta, GA, 1988
Long, Richard, The University as Focal Point for the Arts, American Visions: Afro- American Art, 1986, The Visions Foundation, Washington, DC, 1987
Bontemps, Arna A. (Ed.), Choosing: An Exhibition of Changing Perspectives in Modern Art and Critisms by Black Americans, 1925-1885, Hampton University, Hampton VA, 1986, and Museum Press, Inc., Washington, DC, 1986
Sontheim, Stephen, 24” X 24”, Art Papers, Atlanta, GA, May/June, 1983
Freddie Styles, Madison Morgan Cultural Center, Interview by Peter Morin, Curator, 20th Century Art, High Museum of Art, Catalog, 1983
Morris, Kelly, Artist in Georgia, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, catalog, 1980
Boykin, A. McMath, and Styles, Freddie, The AHA Gallery, The New Art Examiner, Chicago, Il, January 1975
Haydon, Harold, Living Room Galleries Prosper, Chicago Sun-Times, January 23, 1975
Kampp, Virginia, The Art Scene, Townsfolk: Society, Sports, Travel and the Fine Arts, Chicago, Il, 1975
Calendar of African-American Art, Atlanta Life Insurance Company, Atlanta, GA
Cederholm, Theresa Dickason, Afro-American Artist – A Bio-bibliographical Dictionary,1973, Trustees of the Boston Public Library, Boston, MASS, pp. 271
Fax, Elton C., American Negro Artist in Black America: 1968—The Year of Awakening, London Publishers Company, Inc., 1969, pp. 25

 

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