Trio: Beyond Boundaries (3 person) Alexandria Museum of Art 933 Second Street Alexandria, Louisiana 71301 Dec.5 - Feb. 22, 2015
Space Notations (solo) B2OA Gallery 515 W 26th St. (lower level) New York, NY Jan. 22 - Feb 23, 2015
Distrust That Particular Flavor Curated by Dexter Wimberly Bitforms Gallery 131 Allen Street New York NY 10002
Abstract America Today (group) Saatchi Gallery London, UK May 20th - Sept. 2014
B2OA Gallery (solo) 515 W 26th St. (lower level) New York, NY 10001 May 1, 2014 - May 31st
VOLTA NY An invitational solo project fair for contemporary art. March 6-9th 8 2MERCER / SoHo, New York
The Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston (group) "Black in the Abstract, Part 2: Hard Edges/Soft Curves" Curated by Valerie Cassel Oliver, Senior Curator On view: January 25, 2014- March 23, 2014 Cassel Oliver traces the recent histories of black artists working in abstraction beginning in 1960 to the present, enabling a visual discourse that evolves and shifts over a fifty-year period.
Jack Bell Gallery London (solo) "Black Moon Rising" On view: January 24, 2014- March 2014 With a primary focus on sub-Saharan African artists, this exhibition premieres their first American artist.
Boston University (solo) "The Land Before Words" Curated by Lynne Cooney On view: January 24, 2014- March 2014 This is solo exhibition encompassing work from the past 6 years. Brochure essay written by Chris Stackhouse.
Rush Arts Gallery (group) "I Kan Do Dat" On view: Jan 22, 2014 Curated by Danny Simmons
THINGS IN THEMSELVES The Studio Museum in Harlem Artist in Residence Exhibition July 17, 2013 - Oct 27, 2013 144 W 125th St., New York, NY 10027
ARTIST STATEMENT Cullen Washington, Jr.
In both the Untitled series and the No-things series, I try to capture a snapshot of things before they are formed, still in an embryonic state of meaning, forming multiple fluid relationships. The possibilities in this place of in-betweenness interests me. The works take on new directions, meanings and interpretations, and allow for a more open conversation to take place between the work and the viewer, unencumbered by a descriptive title.