Yanira Collado: Solo Exhibition

November 13, 2021 - February 5, 2022

Reception: November 13, 2021 6 - 9PM

Yanira Collado's work was pictured in Artforum's Critic’s Pick, accompanying the review of Fragment, a group exhibition at Emerson Dorsch.

Exhibition Images

These are a selected group of works and installation photographs from the exhibition. For a complete list of available works please contact us.

Yanira Collado: Solo Exhibition

More information on Yanira Collado’s solo exhibition will be updated soon.

About Yanira Collado

Yanira Collado (b. 1975, Brooklyn, NY; lives and works, Miami, FL). Born to Dominican parents, as a child, Collado traveled between Santo Domingo and Miami frequently, until 1992 when she attended Miami’s New World School of the Arts for high school. Collado studied at The School of the Art Institute and later on perused studies in Early Childhood Education.

Collado lives and works in North Miami, FL. Her artist residency fellowships include Bridge Red Art Center, North Miami, FL (2013-present), Project Row Houses, Houston, TX (2018), Oolite Arts, Miami Beach, FL (2019 – present), and the Joan Mitchell Foundation residency in New Orleans, LA (2020). She was awarded an Ellie Creator Grant from Oolite in 2019, first place in the 2013 South Florida Biennial at the Art and Cultural Center/Hollywood, FL and was named a Joan Mitchell Foundation fellow in 2018. Her work has been featured in numerous group shows, including Performance 4 Ways: MY BODY, MY RULES, Perez Art Museum, Miami, FL (2021), Estamos Bien La Trienal, El Museo, New York, NY (2021), AIM Biennial, Miami, FL (2020), Storage_, Storage Project Space, New York, NY (2020), Idioms and Taxonomies, Curated by Laura Marsh, Oolite Arts, Miami Beach, FL (2020), if they knew these things, Reliquias/Ocultadas, Dimensions Variable, Miami, FL (2020), Monarchs at the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL (2018); Connectivity, Deconstruction, Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami, FL (2018); Transmissions, The Franklin, Chicago, IL (2016); Dirt, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL (2016); and Ascent: Black Women’s Expressions, Nova University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (2015).

Her work was pictured in Artforum.com’s Critic’s Pick, accompanying the review of Fragment, a group exhibition at Emerson Dorsch. In 2016, Collado had a one-person exhibit at the Museum of Art + Design at Miami Dade College, in collaboration with Bridge Red Studios. She had solo exhibitions with Under the Bridge and Farside Gallery in 2018. In 2020, she exhibited with Dimensions Variable, Miami, FL, Oolite Arts in Miami Beach, and Storage in NY. In 2019, an interview with her by Onajide Shabaka was published in BOMB Magazine. Collado is represented by Emerson Dorsch Gallery.


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